* Please refer to each Diamond lens for exact specification
** Polycarbonate Only Available in Some Lens Options.
Premium/Most PopularFrom $42.99 USD
SFx Diamond BIOBIO Polarized
Ultimate/Best QualityFrom $54.99 USD
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Our Diamond range represent the pinnacle of sunglass lens technology and optical excellence. Every Diamond lens is manufactured from optical grade Polyamide – an incredibly durable material with the clarity of glass. All have an exclusive Anti-Reflective (AR) coating on the inside to reduce bounce back and an ultra-tough outer hardcoat, to help with scratch prevention. Whether classic Onyx black and Burnt Umber brown or our sophisticated Gradient Rose, Hazel and French Blue, this exclusive range has a lens to compliment your frame with technical specifications and performance to match. If nothing but the best will do, you simply can’t do better than an SFx Diamond lens. (Please see individual lens detail for information on polarization, coatings and category.)
Burnt Umber Gradient
Black Onyx Gradient
Burnt Umber Photochromatic
Black Onyx Photochromatic
SFx G15 Gradient
One of the strongest, lightweight and durable lenses made. All SFxUltra lenses integrate a Japanese polarization film with 99.9% efficacy rating - making it one of the best anti-glare lenses available. SFxUltra lenses are available in a wide variety of tints and gradients and can also incorporate both subtle (flash) or solid mirroring. Choose a black gradient for everyday or an extreme black silver flash, with 95% light block, for glacier skiing. These polarised lenses are the definition of style and function.
Safe, durable, lightweight with crystal clear HD performance. These non-polarized lenses are coated with a protective layer that resists scratching and repels water & sweat. All SFxEdge Lenses are made from a unique, flexible polymer that has unbelievable optical clarity. In fact, laboratory testing ranks our lenses with glass - but ours are a third of the weight, don't break, are safer and easier to install.
Very good glasses, much lighter then the real glass originals. But expect some serious tinkering with the very stiff Persol frame - in my case I had to use *very* hot water to soften the frame: I have nearly ruined the frame by heating it too much. Ideally take time and incrementally heat the frame to the point you manage to put the new glasses in place. If you can, use a digital thermometer for the hot water to get a better sense for the temperature you're applying. Would be great if Sunglass Fix could provide exact temperature bands to be used.