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Are your lenses OEM (Original Manufacturer) lenses? Will they have the brand's logo on them?

No, Fuse Lenses manufactures its own line of replacement lenses made from polycarbonate for maximum optical clarity, impact resistance, and tensile strength. We are not affiliated with any other company. Our lenses are custom-cut to fit into the bran

What is the difference between Standard Non-Polarized, Fuse PRO (Polarized + Anti-Reflective), and AMP Color-Enhancing lenses?

All Fuse Lenses block 100% of harmful UV light and are made from a proprietary composite blend of polymers for crystal clear optical clarity, maximum tensile strength, and impact resistance surpassing ANSI Z87.1 safety ratings. Our standard, non-pola

What are Fuse Lenses made out of?

Fuse Lenses manufactures its own line of optical-grade Polycarbonate replacement lenses. All of our lenses have been tested and meet or surpass ANSI Z87.1 ratings for driving suitability and impact resistance. We even took our lenses out on the shoot

Do you sell prescription lenses?

Yes! We offer Single Vision or Progressive lenses. We do not offer bifocals or cheater reading lenses at this time. You can order your prescription lenses HERE. For any questions regarding your prescription lenses, please reach out to Customer Servic

Are both left and right lenses included? Do you sell a single left or right lens?

The price listed for the lenses includes a full set of lenses - Right & Left. We do not sell only a single left or right lens. We always recommend replacing both lenses at the same time. We make our own brand of replacement lenses. This means that th

Will your lenses block out my eyes?

Mirrored lenses are great for blocking out your eyes! For total blocking of your eyes, make sure to purchase a strong mirrored lens, like Chrome Mirror. Most of our mirrored lenses have a strong mirror coating. The Midnight and Carbon Mirrored lenses

Are your lenses scratch proof?

We wish! Unfortunately, no lens material is scratch-proof.Our Fuse PRO lenses have increased scratch resistance, and are up to 3x more scratch resistant than regular polarized and standard lenses. However, like any lenses, they can still be scratched

What is Anti-Reflective Coating?

Our Fuse PRO, Polarized + Anti-Reflective, lenses each feature our Ion anti-reflective coating on the back. In addition, our Clear and gaming lenses feature this coating. But, why?. One of the greatest benefits of AR coating is the elimination of the

What is the difference between polarized and non-polarized lenses?

Sportsmen who are avid fishers and boaters benefit greatly from polarized lenses. This is because the surrounding water produces a lot of glare and polarized sunglasses help reduce that glare, which enables you to distinguish fish in the clutter. How

Are Fuse Lenses ANSI rated? (stamped)

All Fuse Lenses are made from optical grade, impact-resistant Polycarbonate. However, while all Fuse Lenses do meet or surpass ANSI Z87.1 safety standards for impact resistance, we are unable to stamp our lenses. This is because lenses must be tested

Do your lenses block blue light?

Blue light filtering lenses are designed to help relieve some negative side effects from overexposure to blue light, such as headaches, blurred vision, eye fatigue, and sleep problems. However, none of our lenses will completely block out the blue li

Are the blue light lenses yellow or clear?

Blue light filtering lenses are designed to help relieve some negative side effects from overexposure to blue light, such as headaches, blurred vision, eye fatigue, and sleep problems. However, none of our lenses will completely block out the blue li

Are Fuse Lenses UV protected?

Yes! All Fuse Lenses are 100% UV protected!. All of our lenses block 100% of UVA & UVB rays, even our clear replacement lenses come standard with this. Our lenses also block UV rays up to 400nm. UV400 is the standard line of protection, if you would

What is lens category? (VLT)

You may have noticed on every single one of our sunglass lens listings we have a category number listed. You might be asking yourself, what does this mean?. The category number refers to visible light transmission (or VLT). This simply refers to what

What base curve are Fuse Lenses?

Each pair of lenses we carry has been specially traced and designed to fit into your frames on this base curve taking into consideration the lens thickness, wrap of the frame, and bevel of the lens area. Because our lenses are made from a flexible ma

Where are Fuse Lenses made?

We are proud to be made in the U.S.A!. Each set of Fuse Lenses are custom cut to order out of our lab in Clearwater, FL, USA.

Are your lenses taper corrected?

Taper correcting is a process where the lenses are manufactured with different thicknesses from center to edge.  This special procedure tries to compensate for visual distortion caused by the curve of the lens. Because our lenses are on a general bas

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