Why You Should Replace Your Lenses
What do you do when your lenses get scratched or crack? Do you buy a whole new pair of sunglasses?
The weather is finally dropping and in some parts of the country, it has already started snowing. If you live in a place where it snows frequently or are traveling to a place that does, what lenses should you wear? The answer is: it depends on the time of day.
If the sun is setting and it’s becoming night, clear lenses might be your best bet to face off the snow. These lenses give you the added protection layer to cover your eyes from the harsh winds without compromising visibility. That’s because you want the most light possible to come into your eyes since there will be little to no sun. If you were to get dark sunglasses, the exact opposite would occur and light would be blocked. The clear lenses also have an Ion anti-reflective coating on the back, which helps to block reflections of headlights if you are driving in the snow -- assuming it’s still safe to drive and roads aren’t closed off. Even though these glasses are clear, they offer 100% UV protection.
If it is cloudy or foggy outside, then yellow lenses might be a better fit. These Yellow lenses emphasize the shadows in the snow so you can better see all the uneven and icy spots on the ground.
When it’s a bright sunny day, but snow is still on the ground, then our Glacier lenses are the ones you should be wearing. With its amber base and blue mirror coating, these dark lenses, do a great job of reducing the brightness intensity of the sun. The polarized version of these lenses works best because the polarized lenses reduce glare from intense sunlight reflecting off the snow. These lenses are also 100% UV protection.
If the conditions are going to be more varied and you don’t want to be worried about constantly switching out your lenses, then photochromic might be the better option for you.
Photochromic, also known as transition lenses, change as the light outside changes. It starts out almost clear and then increases in darkness when it is the sunniest outside. This helps you block out intense light when you need it and help light come inside the lenses when it’s dark. If you want you can get these polarized and these have 100% UV protection as well.
You choose from over 20+ colors and tints. Our highest quality lenses come with polarization and anti-reflective coatings.Go to lens colors
Fuse +Plus lens purchases include a lifetime, 1 time replacement guarantee. It doesn’t matter if something happens today, tomorrow, or 10 years from now -- we’ve got your back.
All lens purchases include a 1 year, 1 time replacement warranty standard, no questions asked.
On top of that, we allow you to extend your standard warranty for another year! Just add the extra warranty to your cart, and we will add on another 1 year, 1 time replacement to your purchase. For Fuse +Plus lenses, this add-on is for one extra lens replacement over the lifetime of your lenses.
Warranty redemptions may only be used for a lens of the same value and for the same frame as the original purchase. If your lenses become damaged at any time during the warranty time period, simply contact customer service from our Help Center to get a fresh set of lenses.
All lens purchases include a 60-day guarantee. Within 60 days after the date of delivery, you may exchange or return your item for a full refund. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused, in the original packaging, and in the same condition that you received it.
Unfortunately, gift cards are ineligible for returns. Additionally, past 60 days we are unable to offer you a refund. To complete your return, we require proof of purchase..
We get a ton of packages, so please do not send your items back without first receiving a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. You will receive an RMA number once you have started a return or exchange. To start a return or exchange, contact us at from our Help Center.