- AR Coating (Anti-Reflective) - A coating that improves both the vision through the lenses and the appearance of the Glasses. The coating reduces the reflections on the lenses themselves.
(Note: AR coating is not good for outside glasses, dusty dirty environments and or constant cleaning.)
The lenses must be wet before they are cleaned.
- Scratch Coating - A clear, hard coating that makes lenses more resistant to scratching.
- UV Protection (Ultra Violet) - A coating on the lens that keeps the sun's UV rays from harming our eyes. Overexposure to ultraviolet light is thought to be a cause of cataracts, retinal damage and other eye problems. Anti-UV treatment is not necessary on polycarbonate lenses because it is an inherent property of the material.
- Mirror Coating - A highly reflective coating that keeps others from seeing our eyes and reflects the glare of the sun. The mirror coating only work on standard sunglasses such as: gray, brown, and G-15 tints, polarized lenses. They will not work on transitions, drivewear or clear lenses.
- Anti-Fog Coating - A permanent coating that makes the lenses more resistant to fogging both on the front and back sides of the lenses. Lenses are still capable, just less likely to.