Collection: Prescription Sunglasses for Women and Men

There are many colors, shapes and sizes to choose from. Believe me, you can easily find a pair of sunglasses that match your personality. We even have prescription sunglasses. Add your Rx to any pair (even glasses frame), and you can create your own customized sunglasses! Please click on our Prescription Sunglasses collections to get your exclusive.
Prescription Sunglasses for Women and Men
  • Bette $23
  • Adair $19
  • Samuel $19
  • Alaric $23
  • Diego $23
  • Enzo $19
  • Hiram $19
  • Violet $19
  • Jacky $19
  • Caleb $16
  • Zoey $13
  • Patrick $19
  • Bentley $16
  • Mateo $16
  • Naya $23
  • Mimi $19
  • Hobo $23
  • Colotte $23
  • Chatty $13
  • Anita $23
  • Jayce $23
  • Luke $19
  • Layla $16
  • Michael $16
  • Hot $13
  • Sadie $16
  • Ayden $16
  • Max $19
  • Timothy $23
  • Bruce $19
  • Lochlan $23
  • Ice $23
  • William $23
  • Katies $19
  • Jeshun $16
  • Sunny $19
  • Creo $19
  • Oxygen $23
  • Eisen $19
  • Airni $19
  • Diga $16
  • Jia $23
  • Jackson $19
  • Kingston $13
  • Athena $23
  • Giovanni $13
  • Allison $19
  • Esther $16
  • Sawyer $16
  • Eloise $19
  • Khloe $13
  • Cecilia $16
  • Alaia $13
  • Melanie $16
  • Karter $16
  • Faith $19
  • Finn $23
  • Dean $23
  • Emerson $19
  • Malachi $13

Can you add a prescription for sunglasses?

Yes. You can add prescription lenses to sunglasses and use them outdoors to protect your eyes from UVA and UVB rays. Our prescription sunglasses are the perfect fit for your lifestyle and vision needs.

What color is best for prescription sunglasses?

Brown - Increases contrast so you can see better.

Yellow - Provides excellent clarity in low light.

Gray - The color that restores things to the greatest degree.

Is it worth it to buy prescription sunglasses?

Definitely worth it. Sunglasses protect our eyes from sunlight by blocking ultraviolet (UV) rays. If you have a prescription for your eyes and you're not used to wearing contact lenses, prescription sunglasses are probably worth the money.

Can you wear prescription sunglasses all the time?

Certainly yes. Prescription sunglasses work the same way as sunglasses. They don't cause any damage to the eyes and even protect them from UV rays.

What is the difference between sunglasses and prescription sunglasses?

Prescription sunglasses can protect your eyes from UV rays. Of course regular sunglasses can do the same. But prescription sunglasses can also help people see more clearly under this premise. They keep your eyes safe and healthy no matter how much time you spend in the sun.

How long should prescription sunglasses last?

Although most optometrists recommend changing prescription glasses every one to three years, there is no hard and fast rule. If your vision has not changed and your glasses are in good condition, you can keep the same pair of glasses for a long time.

What happens if you wear wrong prescription glasses for too long?

Wearing the wrong prescription can lead to eye strain and cause eye strain and even trigger eye pain. In severe cases, it can lead to poor vision. So, go to a professional optometrist to test your eyes whenever possible.