Mirrored Lenses

Mirrored Lenses

A reflective coating for reduced
glare and enhanced clarity

Mirrored
Lenses

What are mirrored lenses?

Mirrored lenses have a thin, metallic coating on the outer surface, which creates a mirror-like appearance.
They are designed to reflect glare and reduce the amount of light that enters the eye. 

What are mirrored lenses?

Mirrored lenses have a thin, metallic coating on the outer surface.

They are designed to reflect glare and reduce the amount of light that enters the eye.

Benefits of mirrored sunglasses

Mirrored lenses are a great option for outdoor activities in very bright conditions.

Their special anti-reflective coating causes light and glare to bounce off the sunglasses and away from your eyes, providing clearer vision.

Benefits of mirrored sunglasses

Mirrored lenses are a great option for outdoor activities.

Their anti-reflective coating causes light and glare to bounce off
the sunglasses and away from your
eyes, providing clearer vision.

Why mirrored sunglasses?

They're stylish but also an excellent option for certain activities which require optimal vision and clarity.
Outdoor activities

Highly effective in reducing glare in bright light conditions involving snow, water or sand. 

Sports

A great option for sports, where glare is a big factor that can affect your performance and safety.

Driving

Reduce glare from the road, your car hood and other cars better than sunglasses with non-reflective lenses.

Why mirrored sunglasses?

They're stylish but also an excellent option for certain activities which require optimal vision and clarity.
Outdoor activities

Highly effective in reducing glare in bright light conditions involving snow, water or sand. 

Sports

A great option for sports, where glare is a big factor that can affect your performance and safety.

Driving

Reduce glare from the road, your car hood and other cars better than sunglasses with non-reflective lenses.

Mirrored lenses vs polarised lenses

Both lens types will protect against UV rays, reduce glare and benefit wearers,
but there are some differences to keep in mind.

Mirrored lenses vs
polarised lenses

Both lens types will protect against
UV rays, reduce glare
and benefit wearers, but there are some differences to keep in mind.

Our selection of mirrored lenses

Our selection of mirrored lenses

Recommended frames for mirrored lenses

Recommended frames for mirrored lenses

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How to buy mirrored lenses

How to buy
mirrored lenses

Speak to a certified optician

Got questions about eye care? We’re here to help.

For guidance you can trust, ask our in-house opticians.

Speak to a
certified optician

Got questions about eye care?

We’re here to help. For guidance you can trust, ask our in-house opticians.

FAQs

Mirrored lenses feature a reflective coating with a mirror-like appearance. The reflective coating helps to reduce the amount of light that reaches the eyes by reflecting it away from the lens surface.

The mirror lens coating does not affect the wearer's ability to see objects in their field of view. The coating enhances clarity by reflecting glare from the outer surface.

In addition to reducing glare and providing UV protection and optical clarity, mirrored sunglasses are also stylish. The reflective coating adds a unique aesthetic and provides a level of privacy by making it difficult for others to see the wearer's eyes.

Mirrored lenses may reduce visibility in low-light conditions, making it challenging to see in environments with little light. The mirror coating is more prone to smudging and scratching than non-mirrored lenses. Additionally, mirrored sunglasses may be more expensive than non-mirrored sunglasses with similar features.