264 frames
Rocco Coastline Crystal Fade


Domingo Cinnamon Crystal Fade
Gilda Lido Crystal Fade


Leti Elderberry Crystal Fade


Chamberlain Whiskey Tortoise
Freddy Apricot

Our blue-light-filtering lenses

- Blue light glasses filter out the short-wave blue-violet light emitted by digital screens (and other sources). 
- You can add blue-light-filtering lenses to any frames. 
- You donโ€™t need a prescription to add blue-light-filtering lenses to your frames.

Elias Cacao Crystal
Durand Laguna Crystal Matte
Esme Sesame Tortoise


Crane Black Matte Eclipse
Carlton Seaweed Crystal
Duncan Oak Barrel with Riesling



How to buy blue light glasses at Warby Parker

  • Find a pair of eyeglasses you like

    Then click โ€œSelect lenses and purchase.โ€ (Just like you normally would.)

  • Select your prescription type

    Choose from single-vision (the standard prescription for near or distance) or progressive (a prescription that covers reading, distance, and in between). We also have readers (no prescription required!), as well as non-prescription lenses.

  • Choose your lenses

    We offer standard clear lenses, blue-light-filtering lenses, and light-responsive lenses in three colors (grey, brown, and green). If youโ€™d like blue-light-filtering lenses, select them for an additional $50.

Level up blue-light-filtering lenses with anti-fatigue lenses

Anti-fatigue, blue-light-filtering lenses might be the ultimate combo for your computer glasses or everyday frames. 

- Blue-light-filtering lenses help block blue light emitted by digital screens (like your phone or computer monitor). 
Anti-fatigue lenses have a slight magnification at the bottom of the lens to help the eyes transition from far to near.

Together, anti-fatigue and blue-light-filtering lenses make a great team. Apply them to any frames at checkout.

Blue light glasses FAQs

The lenses in blue light glasses are specially designed to filter out blue-violet light (one specific type of light in our visible light spectrum than standard eyeglasses). Check out our handy guide to learn all about blue light glasses: What Are Blue Light Glasses?