Prescription Safety Glasses


At Rx-Safety, we are excited to present our in-house line of prescription safety glasses. Whether you work a demanding nine-to-five job with lots of flying debris or simply enjoy woodworking in your spare time, our line of prescription safety glasses can help you see clearly while offering the maximum amount of protection for your eyes.

To start, our collection of prescription safety glasses are manufactured according to rigorous safety standards. We have an in-house lab that allows us to create the highest quality frames for our customers. While we pay close attention to all elements of the design process, we take special care in ensuring that safety glasses offer the maximum amount of protection. Along with this, many of our prescription safety glasses are ANSI approved. This can give you the confidence that your prescription safety glasses are durable and will protect you from flying dust, sand, radiation, and flying debris. Incorporating your prescription lenses into your favorite pair is also completely seamless.

As you can see below, we have designed many different types of prescription safety glasses. You can filter out your individual preferences by using the tool on the left side of this page. For instance, you can filter out based on frame style, frame features, temple features, and safety ratings. In terms of design, you can select from a long list of frame colors, like blue, camouflage, matte demi, taupe, and pink.

Ultimately, we leverage our large inventory and in-house optical lab to ship most orders within one week. We are proud of our in-house line of safety glasses and encourage you to check out our full collection below. If you have any questions about the line or additional features that can personalize your glasses even further, don’t hesitate to contact us.


Frequently Asked Questions

ANSI Z87+ Safety Glasses are glasses that have been rated by the American National Standards Institute to meet the high-velocity eyewear impact requirements. This means that the glasses are ballistic approved and can be safely used in potentially dangerous environments.

ANSI Z87.1 is the general safety standard used to denote whether a pair of glasses meets general safety requirements. Z87+ denotes that a pair of safety glasses is high impact ballistic rated.

Generally, it takes between 7-10 business days from the date of order to the shipping date. Certain coatings and additional items may delay this time, but if it is going to take longer, one of our Customer Service Representatives will reach out to you.

Glasses must be stamped with Z87+ if they are high impact rated AND Z87.1 for general safety. Otherwise, they only need to be marked with the manufacturers mark. Detachable side shields will be marked separately from the main lenses.

Prescription safety glasses do not expire, however constant, hard wear may cause frames to break or need repair over time. Furthermore, as you age, your eyes will change and your prescription may increase. In this case, we can remake the lenses for your safety glasses so that you don’t need to buy a new frame.

The cost of prescription safety glasses varies depending on the frame, the lens material, and any coatings or special accessories that have been selected. You would have to speak with one of our Customer Service Representatives to better determine the potential cost of a pair for your specific needs.

Safety Lenses are made of a variety of materials including Polycarbonate, Trivex, High Index 1.67 and 1.74, and even Standard Glass. When purchasing your glasses, you will be given a list of options for lens material, coatings, prescriptions, etc. If you want to know more about a specific material, or its properties, please reach out to one of our Customer Service Representatives. Only Polycarbonate and Trivex meet the Z87+ HIgh Impact Ballistic Standards all other materials are General Z87.1 approved

Yes, though which tints can be applied will depend on the material that you select for your lenses. We offer a variety of tinting options and colors, including a wide selection of Transitions, which can be added at the time of purchase, along with scratch resistant, and anti-fog coatings.

Yes, we offer worldwide shipping options. The only countries we cannot ship to are Iran, North Korea, Syria, Sudan, Cuba, and Venezuela.

To determine that you’d need to figure out what your particular needs are from a pair of safety eyewear. Once you’ve done that, you can browse our website, read our blog to see if there is an article about the type of glasses you want to purchase, or simply contact one of our Customer Service Representatives who can assist you in determining the right glasses that fit your needs.

When purchasing glasses, it will list on the product page under Additional Information, whether a pair of frames are safety rated, and in what way they are rated. You can also reach out to our Customer Service Representatives if you have any questions about a frame or lenses protection levels.

No, we do not accept insurance, however you still may be able to get reimbursed through your insurance company. In order to do so, we can supply you with an itemized receipt and invoice which you then can provide to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. For more information on insurance and links to reimbursement forms, you can click the following link: https://rx-safety.com/resource-center/vision-insurance/

The difference between the single vision and digital single vision is that digital single vision is essentially an upgraded version of the standard single vision option. You can think of digital single vision as the “HD”, or high definition, version of single vision glasses. Digital single vision offers better optics and a wider range of vision. While this option is slightly more expensive than standard single vision, it is usually worth the extra money for the upgraded range of view. This is a good choice particularly for people with higher prescriptions or those seeking wraparound frames, since optics tend to be more distorted in these types of glasses. If you would like to learn more about the differences between Single Vision and Digital Single Vision, we encourage you to read the following blog post.  https://rx-safety.com/2020/06/single-vision-lenses-vs-digital-single-vision-lenses/


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