Sunglasses

Colored lenses are still used to protect your eyes against UV light (UV-A and UV-B) or bright sunlight. It first seems tempting to buy a pair of sunglasses for 10 euros: you can buy multiple pairs, change them up ... because they are a lot cheaper. However, they are not nearly as high in quality. Good sunglasses or sunglass lenses must block and absorb the sun’s UV rays. Cheap sunglasses have either a much lower quality filter or no filter at all. Our eyes and brain think they are protected because the bright light seems much softer. Our pupils then dilate or open up. Our eyes are then fully exposed to the harmful UV rays. Choose the darkest lenses possible for the best filtering. They transmit much less light than lighter colored lenses. Caution! Sunglasses do not protect your eyes against HEV light (high energy visible light) or blue light.

The following colors are available for most single-vision and multifocal lenses. Would you like to learn more about these lenses? Go to the single-vision and/or progressive lens section to see the difference between the various types of single-vision and multifocal lenses.

Standard tints

The optoVision standard tints are available in the following colors:

  • Brown 12% , 25% , 50% , 75% , 85% 
  • Grey 12% , 25% , 50% , 75% , 85% 
  • Green 12% , 25% , 50% , 75% , 85% 
  • Blue 12% , 25% , 50% , 75% , 85% 
  • Chocolate 80% 
  • Anthracite 85% 

Is your preferred color not listed under the standard tints? No problem, optoVision is very good at producing tints upon request or based on a sample. 

Gradient lens tints

Gradient tinted lenses are sunglasses where the color goes from light to dark. The light area is at the bottom so that there is still enough light to be able to read a magazine for example.  We can also look into the distance through the top area because the lenses are darker at the top. 

optoVision has the following colors:

  • Brown 10% to 20%, 10% to 30% and 10% to 60%
  • Grey 10% to 20%, 10% to 30% and 10% to 60%
  • Green 10% to 20%, 10% to 30% and 10% to 60%
  • Blue 10% to 20%, 10% to 30% and 10% to 60%
  • Burgundy 35% to 85%
  • Praline 40% to 85%
  • Olive 45% to 85%
  • Polar 25% to 85% 

Is your preferred color not listed under the gradient lens tints? No problem, optoVision is very good at producing tints upon request or based on a sample.  

Retro lens tints

The optoVision retro lens tints provide a vintage look. They are available in the following colors:

  • Retro blue
  • Retro yellow
  • Retro orange
  • Retro brown
  • Retro green 

Is your preferred color not listed under the retro lens tints? No problem, optoVision is very good at producing tints upon request or based on a sample. 

Mirrored lenses

Mirrored lenses, the word says it all: these are lenses that are a mirror on the outside, so that someone talking to the person wearing them will see his or her own reflection.  The inside of the lens is available in a choice of three standard colors: grey, brown or green. This is the color in which the wearer will see the world. He or she will not notice the mirror at all. Mirrored lenses are available in the following colors:

  • Red
  • Rose
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Silver (light)
  • Gold

Fun colors

The optoVision fun colors are flashy tints. They are available in the following colors:

  • Blue 50%
  • Violet 60%
  • Red 55%
  • Orange 50%
  • Pink 40%
  • Yellow 35%
  • Neon 15%
  • Egg Plant 75% 

Is your preferred color not listed under these tints? No problem, optoVision is very good at producing tints upon request or based on a sample.  

Sun and Fun

The optoVision Sun and Fun colors enhance contrast. That is why they are also ideal for wearing during the day while driving. 

The Sun and Fun colors are as follows:

  • Amber 70%
  • Brown 80%
  • Green  85%

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