Anti-fatigue lenses

Experiencing eye strain? Some activities—think: screen-scrolling, note-taking, or reading a page-turner—require intense focus from your eyes. Enter anti-fatigue glasses: designed to support the demands of modern life. 

Outfit any optical frame with anti-fatigue lenses for an additional $100 at checkout.

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Chamberlain Whiskey Tortoise
Crane Black Matte Eclipse
Carlton Seaweed Crystal
Beauford Blue Grotto Crystal with Polished Silver
Florian Cognac Tortoise with Brushed Ink
Bowley Bluefin Crystal with Antique Silver

Bowley

$175
Frame depicting anti-fatigue lenses

What are anti-fatigue lenses?

  • An anti-fatigue lens features a small boost of power at the bottom that helps you focus on close-up tasks.
  • The power boost is designed to lessen eye strain as the eye transitions from far to near. It’s seamlessly integrated into a single-vision lens—no bifocal lines.
  • It can take up to two weeks to adjust to wearing anti-fatigue glasses.
Duncan Oak Barrel with Riesling

Duncan

$145
Santiago Crystal with Polished Gold
Baird Jet Black with Polished Gold

Baird

$145
Durand Laguna Crystal Matte

Anti-fatigue lenses FAQs

Yes, anti-fatigue lenses are absolutely worth it if they’re suitable for your needs. Anti-fatigue lenses make it easier for your eyes to hold focus during long sessions of close-up tasks. If you’re experiencing eye strain or tired eyes at the end of the day from near-vision activities like computer work or reading, anti-fatigue glasses may be just what you need.