Prescription Shooting Glasses

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RX POLARISED PRESCRIPTION SHOOTING GLASSES

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Rapid Eyewear's Pro Performance Plus multi-lens prescription sports glasses are renowned as being some of the best on the market - they offer the best value too. They are ideal for all types of shooting and hunting.

For detailed information on having your prescription fitted, scroll down this page to the section titled 'How to Order.'

Why Are They So Good?

Pro Performance Plus prescription sunglasses are perfect for shooting because they have:

  • Interchangeable polarised lenses for different light conditions
  • Yellow Cat 0 lenses for improving contrast in poor light
  • impact resistant frames and lenses
  • 100% UVA / UVB protection
  • They look like 'normal' sunglasses - far better than clip-on's
  • Wrap-around styling blocks unwanted light from the peripheries of your vision

The Frames

Our prescription sunglasses are built around a matt-black finished frame that has a prescription Rx clip housed in the back, whilst the tinted, interchangeable lenses sit on the front. This two-part arrangement allows for great versatility and performance, whilst the wrap-around styling blocks unwanted wind and light encroaching from the sides and bottom of your vision. The Pro Performance sunglasses look good too, easily matching the style of many non-prescription sport sunglasses designs.

The frames are lightweight and tough, whilst the Rx clip, made from a robust TR90 material, ensures maximum protection for your eyes from impact.The tinted lenses clip onto the top of the frames, allowing them to be flipped up for momentary 'normal' vision when required.

Lenses

Wrap-around sunglasses offer great benefits when it comes to blocking unwanted light and wind from the sides of your vision, but placing a curved lens in front of your eyes would normally cause distortion. However, all Rapid Eyewear lens sets are de-centred, which means they are calibrated to remove the distorting effect.

The lenses supplied as standard are:

  • Clear, untinted
  • Category 0 yellow, for dull light
  • Category 2 beige polarised, for fairly bright or changeable light
  • Category 3 polarised grey mirror, for sunny conditions


By filtering blue light, our lenses improve definition and depth perception in your field of view. Polarised lenses filter out horizontal light that bounces off flat surfaces such as clouds, water and glass windows etc. in order to greatly reduce glare.

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The Package

Pro Performance Plus are supplied with a retainer strap, carry case and cleaning cloth as standard. The case has internal pouches for spare lenses, and belt fixing loops and catches.

Conformity

Rapid Eyewear sunglasses conform to British, European and US standards for sunglasses and protective equipment testing. They offer 100% UVA / UVB (uv400) protection.

How To Order

To add prescription lenses, choose your preferred option from the drop-down menu and fill in the boxes that appear before proceeding to the checkout. Please read through the information below before you proceed.

Is My Prescription Suitable?

Pro Performance Plus sunglasses can be used for any regular prescription where the SPH (Sphere) requirement is less than, or greater than, 4.5. Due to the curvature of the tinted lenses, they will not be suitable for those with very strong prescription requirements that exceed 4.5.

They are also suitable for bifocal, varifocal and prismatic lenses but please note, we cannot add varifocal or prismatic prescriptions ourselves - please buy the sunglasses only and refer the work to your optician.

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PD (Pupillary Distance)

This is the distance, in millimetres, between the centre of your eye pupils, when measured across the front of your glasses. PD's typically fall in the range of 55 up to 70mm. If you choose to have us make up your prescription sunglasses, it helps if we know your PD but in many cases it isn't essential. Opticians measure PD during an eye test, but they do not usually put the result on a prescription dispensed to their clients. You can ask your optician what your PD is, but they are not legally obliged to tell you, and they are often reluctant as they do not want to encourage you to spend your money elsewhere.

The good news is, you can measure your own PD quite easily. With your regular glasses on, ask someone to hold a ruler up against your glasses and measure off, in millimetres, the distance between the centres of your eye pupils. That's all there is to it.

How Long Does it Take to Make My Prescription?

Turnaround times from date of order is typically 7 - 10 days for UK orders, and a little longer for overseas.

I Am Not in the UK - Will You Still Add My Prescription?

Yes! Our full prescription service is now available to customers worldwide and there are no extra fees.

Extra Tinted Lenses

If you play golf, you may want to consider adding our green mirror Category 3 lens option; we are also pleased to offer a dark, smoked Category 4 lens for extreme sun conditions. If you wish to purchase extra lenses, make your choice from the drop-down menu at the top of this page before proceeding to the checkout.

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