Arthur - Mixed Dark
Rounded lens shape which features a keyhole bridge. The Arthur’s keyhole bridge is slightly higher and narrower than the Chester. Two small silver accent pieces on the front.
A best fit for these face shapes
Hi-Vex is a relatively new lens material that has been introduced in the United States without the marketing glitz or fanfare associated with mass produced lenses.
Hi-Vex is 10x stronger than the standard CR-39 plastic lenses and its optical clarity is excellent as noted by its high ABBE value. The ABBE value is a measurement of a lens material’s dispersion of light and the level of chromatic aberration or “color fringing”. A lower ABBE value means the lens has a greater dispersion of light and this leads to unwanted chromatic aberration. Likewise, a lens with a higher ABBE has less chromatic aberration and produces superior optics. A typical polycarbonate lens offered by our competitors as a “premium” lens has an ABBE value of between 29 and 32. Our Hi-Vex lenses have an ABBE value of 46! Additionally, Hi-Vex is a lightweight lens material that has a refractive index of 1.56. While Hi-Vex may cost more than CR-39 or polycarb, we believe your vision is worth it!