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    Question He has progressive lens & wants Xperio Polarized lens in his sunglasses, that works?

    Hello, folks:

    If he has the progressive lens and wants to have the Essilor's Xperio 1.67 Polarized lens be made into his prescription sunglasses frame, does that work?

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    Is this a serious question?

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    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallboy View Post

    Do you have skills? Girls like guys that have skills.

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    +1

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    Yes, there are progressive designs that come in 1.67 polarized with Xperio AR. The high-index part narrows your options a lot, but I think you can get most of the Varilux Physio variants. I'm pretty sure ShoreView Digital is also available.
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    I'd use an Autograph II or any IOT brand lens. Backside surface only is the way to go when doing sun lenses, Especially when considering how much a polarized 1.67 physio enhanced or physio would cost.

    I'm sorry for being an *** before and referencing Napolean Dynamite, but in 2017 there is literally NO material that can't be made into a progressive. I just figured most everyone knew that.

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