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Griffith Blue Light Protective Aviator Glasses in Tortoise/Gray

Blue Light Blocking Glasses

  • $85.00
Lens Type:

Perfect eyesight? Wearing contacts? Great, filter out the blue light with non-prescription lenses.
Otherwise, magnify the words on the screen with Milson Park Readers.


  • Includes premium case and microfiber cloth
  • Rxable - Can be fit with rx lenses by your local optician
  • Free shipping in Canada and the US
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Say farewell to weary and tired eyes with Milson Park Eyewear's fashionable and functional optical glasses! These modern glasses, designed for men and women who spend extensive time in front of computers, provide comfort and defence with their blue light lenses.
The elegant tortoise metal frame, combined with a timeless and classic style and lightweight nose pads, makes it ideal for both formal and casual settings. Additionally, the blue light technology integrated into the lenses protects your eyes from the dangerous blue light emitted by digital devices. These glasses can be purchased without a prescription, with a reader's prescription, or customized with your prescription at an optical store. Milson Park Eyewear's optical glasses are the ideal solution for men and women who want to look good and feel comfortable while they work, thanks to their stylish and comfortable design.

Size: 51-19-140 mm
100% UVA-UVB protection 
Anti-scratch lenses 
Anti-reflective lenses 
Comes with cleaning cloth, case and presentation box 



Fit: Small-Medium
Gender: Unisex
Lens Material: CR39 organic lenses
Frame Material: Handmade acetate and ultra lightweight stainless steel
Anti-scratch coating to protect the lens surface
Anti-reflective coating to reduce glare from lights
Spring hinges on selected styles for extra comfort and durability
Adjustable nose pads to ensure the frame fits any face
Protection from digital screens

A perfect fit
Already have frames that fit perfectly? Get the right size on your new frames by checking the 3 little numbers on the inside "arm" of your glasses before you order.