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    Looking for emerald green poly polarized progressive lenses

    A customer wants a pair of Oz-the-Emerald-City green polarized progressive lenses. KBCo apparently used to have one called Grass Green, but it is no longer available. And VisionEase has a green, but I suspect it's more G-15 than Emerald. Does anyone have a suggestion? I can have the lab make a freeform lens if I get a semifinished single vision lens blank. I've asked the lab to see if they can get a VisionEase sample for me, but in the meantime--have any of you seen what I'm looking for?

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    GI just dispensed a set of Grass Green progressives last month.

    Check again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Santini View Post
    GI just dispensed a set of Grass Green progressives last month.

    Check again.

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    In Poly? Looks like they are only available in CR39 and 1.67 according to KBCO.

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    Essilor Colors has the Physio DRX in a confusingly-named "Emerald Blue." It's more green than blue to my eye but not exactly emerald.
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