A global leader in the industry, Ray-Ban has been crafting quality fashionable eyewear since 1937. From the classic Wayfarer sunglasses worn in The Blues Brothers, to the famous Aviator shades in Top-Gun, Ray-Ban glasses are truly iconic. Customize yours with prescription, Transitions, mirrors, polarization, and more!
Whether you’re looking for some stylish everyday shades, or a comfortable pair of color-enhancing sunglasses for your next hike, Ray-Ban has something for every occasion. At SportRx we specialize in prescription eyewear and we are ready for any questions you throw our way.
Do you have a high Rx and love the Aviator style? Check out the New Aviator. It features the same iconic teardrop shape as the original but with a flatter base curve, meaning it can accommodate higher prescriptions. Wondering which prescription Ray-Ban Clubmaster is right for your face shape and size? Check out our blog on the Ray-Ban Clubmaster Collection. Unsure if you should get polarized lenses in your prescription Predators? Give us a call! These are just a few examples of the questions we can help with.
It’s no secret that Ray-Ban sunglasses are iconic for their style and role in pop culture. But did you know that Ray-Ban has some of the best lenses on the market? Here are some of our favorites.
If you love the classic Ray-Ban look and want quality clarity, try Ray-Ban G-15 lenses. Why is it called G-15? This lens was initially created in the 1930s as a performance lens for US fighter pilots flying at high altitudes. The "G" stands for the green lens color and the "15" refers to the percentage of visible light transmission, making them a perfect choice for the sunniest days. G-15 lenses absorb 85% of visible light, cut glare, and enhance your natural vision. They remain a top choice in Ray-Ban sunglasses today. You can get G-15 lenses in prescription and with polarization.
Chromance™ is Ray-Ban’s cutting-edge proprietary lens tech. These lenses are polarized and feature anti-reflective and water-resistant coatings. They enhance color and clarity, while removing unwanted glare, providing vivid views. To learn more about Ray-Ban prescription sunglasses with Chromance™, watch our Chromance™ Lens Technology Explained video.
Ray-Ban Transitions lenses react to UV light and adapt to your environment. Therefore, you get the best of both worlds. If you’re a prescription wearer, consider trying Transitions lenses. You get prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses in one single frame!
Ray-Ban sunglasses with and without prescription are available with polarized lenses. Polarized lenses are ideal for environments and activities where there is a lot of glare, like boating, fishing, lounging at the beach, and driving. You can easily tell if a pair of Ray-Bans are polarized by looking at the logo on the lens. Ray-Bans that are polarized have a “P” on the lens after the logo.
Your favorite Ray-Ban sunglass styles are available in optical frames. We have a wide selection of Ray-Ban prescription glasses that work for a variety of face shapes and sizes. You can also customize your Ray-Ban prescription eyeglasses with blue light blocking technology.
Ray-Ban Blue is Ray-Ban’s proprietary blue light blocking lens tech. Unlike other blue light blocking glasses, Ray-Ban Blue tech is embedded within the lens and appears clear in color. Other blue light glasses have a coating applied to the outside of the lens. Check out some of our favorite Ray-Ban glasses with blue light filtering lenses.
Need some prescription Ray-Ban sunglasses or eyeglasses for your child? We carry a selection of kids’ Ray-Ban glasses, including your favorite styles like the Wayfarer and Aviator. If you need help selecting the right frames for your child, just give us a call!
It’s never been easier to buy Ray-Ban prescription glasses online. Our step-by-step customization process helps you create your perfect pair of prescription Ray-Ban glasses. Submitting your prescription online is an easy step during checkout. Don’t have it on hand? That’s okay, send it to us later!
With helpful guides at your fingertips, we have the answers to all your Ray-Ban questions. Here are a few of our favorites to get you started.
Ray-Ban prescription glasses and sunglasses qualify as an eligible expense for your FSA & HSA funds. During checkout, simply enter your FSA/HSA as a typical credit card and check the box asking if you are using an FSA/HSA. This signals our opticians to charge your account right away and avoid the risk of expiring unused funds. Still have questions on eligible expenses? Visit our blog on FSA & HSA spending for more information.
For more info on Ray-Ban prescription eyewear, check out our Frequently Asked Questions below.
It can take around 2-4 weeks to receive your Ray-Ban prescription glasses once you place your order. If you have questions on your order status you can call us or visit our Order Status page.
Many Ray-Ban sunglasses and eyeglasses come in multiple sizes, ranging from small to large. Read our Ray-Ban Size and Shape Guide to help you find your perfect fit.
Yes! Ray-Bans with Transitions lenses give you the best of both worlds. These lenses automatically adjust to your environment, darkening in the sunlight, and lightening indoors. When shopping online for Ray-Ban prescription eyeglasses, select “Transitions” as your lens choice.
We hope this doesn’t happen, but if it does don’t worry! Your purchase is covered by our See Better Guarantee. You have 45 days to try your Ray-Bans and if you don’t love them, send them back. We will remake them or provide a full refund or exchange. Shipping is covered both ways.
You can’t go wrong with the New Wayfarer, the Justin, and the Erika. Check out our blog on the Most Popular Ray-Bans to see all the customer favorites!
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