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Protection For Extreme Moments

You could be playing outside in broad daylight, at an evening match, on a clay court, grass court, hard court, or carpet court. If you don't have the right prescription sunglasses and lens tint, you will notice how much of a major impact that can have on your visual clarity and overall performance.

Sports Performance & Protection

When playing tennis, you will probably get hit a lot in the regions of your upper body. Usually the torso, chest or the head. No wonder you will frequently see tennis players with their head gears just above the tennis sunglasses.

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Photochromic Sunglasses Lenses

Photochromic lenses are optical lenses that darken on exposure to specific types of light of sufficient intensity, most commonly ultraviolet (UV) radiation. In the absence of activating light the lenses return to their clear state. Photochromic lenses may be made of glass, polycarbonate, or another plastic.

They are commonly known as transition lenses because of their transformative feature of darkening when exposed to light. Transmission, meaning your lens will automatically get darker as the sun gets brighter and as the sun goes down, your lenses will automatically lighten.

Transition lenses allow you to play both outdoors and indoors and the best ones to have are clear to brown as brown lenses will offer greater contrast and definition between objects. However, it is important to know that a clear to brown sport sunglasses with transition lens will never be as dark as a typical brown sunglass lens.

Oleo-phobic/Hydrophobic Treatment

The best sunglasses for tennis are the ones that have been through a hydrophobic treatment. Hydrophobic lenses repel water molecules and therefore can be great for perspiring tennis players. Hydrophobic surfaces are also anti-static. Dust and other dirtying particles are not attracted to them and sometimes if they do happen to collide they just fall right off. When they do get dusty and dirty they clean easier than lenses that do not have hydrophobic coatings.

Shatterproof Polycarbonate Lens

The exposure of the eyes to oncoming balls or wind accompanied by dust particles can be destructive to a tennis player. Even the best of the best have had encounters with eye injuries in one way or another. The impact of high velocity oncoming balls can be egregious. For this reason, tennis players are advised to get glasses with shatterproof Polycarbonate lenses.

Shatterproof Polycarbonate lenses are the best lenses you could have for prescription tennis sunglasses. Any lens made of glass or standard plastic is less resistant to shuttering than Polycarbonate. Even the FDA now requires all children to wear glasses that are Polycarbonate.

Anyone getting tennis sunglasses is going to have to ensure they are Polycarbonate. They are impact resistant such that if you get hit in the face with an object, your lenses will not shatter back into your eyes. It’s a safety precaution measure.

The Perfect Prescription Tennis Sunglasses for All

It’s not easy to pick which prescription tennis sunglasses to invest in. They improve the overall performance and enjoyment of the game if you are able to find the best conditions to play in. There are a few factors that determine that, and these may be:

Polarization for Prescription Tennis Sunglasses

The type of court and environment you are playing in will determine if you have to use polarized or non-polarized lenses. Polarized prescription sunglasses for tennis are the best for tennis players playing in an environment where light is reflecting off of the surface to cause too much glare.

Bolle tennis sunglasses, specifically Bolle polarized sunglasses, are the best sunglasses for tennis when it comes to bright or outdoor tennis courts as they will greatly reduce glare from the reflection caused by the sun and other reflective objects. Bolle tennis sunglasses with polarized lenses also enable the player to identify the ball as it is more identifiable in bright sunlight conditions.

Polycarbonate Prescription Tennis Sunglasses

Choosing the material of your sport sunglasses lens can be by your own personal choice but when it comes to tennis, shatterproof polycarbonate lenses are always the best. A polycarbonate lens will be lighter and shatter proof than a glass lens. Since in tennis there is the risk of being hit in the eye with the ball you would never want a glass lens as it can shatter. Polycarbonate lenses are lighter and more durable than glass lenses.


Order your pair of prescription tennis sunglasses today at our amazing low prices, and you will see the improvement in your next game. You won’t regret it.