NuPolar Gradient polarized lenses are an exciting new option for prescription sunglasses.
Ask your eyecare professional if NuPolar Gradient lenses are right for you.

What are NuPolar
Gradient Lenses?

NuPolar Gradient lenses are polarized prescription sunwear lenses that are darkest in the upper portion of the lens and gradually become lighter in the bottom portion of the lens. See photos.

What does
“polarized” mean?

Polarized sun lenses, such as NuPolar Gradient lenses, block blinding glare much more effectively than regular sunglass lenses. Learn more.

What lens colours
are available?

Dark grey to light grey
Dark brown to light grey
Dark brown to light brown
See Lenses.

Are NuPolar Gradient lenses
for men or women?

NuPolar Gradient lenses are unisex and are popular for both men and women. NuPolar Gradient lenses and are equally compatible with men’s and women’s frames.

What frames
are available?

NuPolar Gradient lenses are suitable for practically any sunwear frame. Ask your eyecare professional about frame selection.

How are NuPolar Gradient lenses different from other gradient sunwear lenses?

NuPolar Gradient lenses are polarized to block blinding glare, and they have an encapsulated gradient.
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Are NuPolar Gradient lenses less polarized in the lighter area?

No, NuPolar Gradient lenses are polarized uniformly across the entire lens. The darker and lighter areas of the lens both block blinding glare equally.

What lens material are NuPolar Gradient lenses made of?

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What is the prescription range for NuPolar Gradient lenses?

–5.00 to + 6.00 
See Availability.

Do NuPolar Gradient lenses darken in sunlight?

No, NuPolar Gradient lenses are not photochromic.

Are NuPolar Gradient lenses available in non-prescription (plano)?

NuPolar Gradient lenses are prescription only. However, an optical laboratory can specially process plano non-prescription NuPolar Gradient lenses.

What if I have a question that’s not included here?

Eyecare patients please ask your optical professional (wherever prescription glasses are dispensed).
Eyecare professionals please direct questions to your supplying laboratory.
Laboratories please contact Younger Optics.