Maxx Eyewear Technology
UV Lens Protection
Does UV Protection Matter? Yes, ultraviolet (UV) eye protection matters. UV radiation from the sun can damage not only the skin of your eyelid but also the cornea, lens and other parts of the eye. UV exposure also contributes to the development of certain types of cataracts, growths on the eye and possibly macular degeneration. All Maxx Eyewear are UV 400 Rated – 100% protection from UVA and UVB light.
High Definition Lens
High Definition lenses enhance contrast by reducing the scattered blue light that causes objects to appear “flat” against backgrounds. Depth and contrast are improved so objects appear more sharply defined. Colors are bright and vibrant. Glare is virtually eliminated, allowing your eyes to relax and see everything remarkably crisp and clear, even at a distance
Smoke lenses reduce the entire spectrum of visible light with no color filtering. It is a good general purpose lens. Maxx also offers smoke polarized lenses which have the added benefit or polarization. See all our polarized options here.
High Definition Polarized
All of the benefits of our HD lenses plus polarization. A polarized lens means that only light rays that approach your eyes horizontally pass through. By blocking all vertical light waves bouncing off a flat surface, like a lake, pond or road, polarized lenses make objects look crisper and clearer. When wearing polarized sunglasses, you can actually see below the surface of water to search for schools of fish or hidden obstacles.
Clear Lenses with no tint. Ideal for rainy conditions, indoor or night work.
Yellow Similar to high definition lenses, the yellow lens also filters out blue light, but allow more light to pass through. They are especially beneficial in low light, hazy or foggy conditions.
Grimalid TR90 Frames®
The TR90 (Thermo Plastic) also known as "Plastic Titanium" is a game changer. It is Swiss engineered and usually only available in high-end sunglasses. It is flexible with shape retention and extremely lightweight. TR90 plastic is composed of food grade plastic, which means there is no release of chemical residue. TR90 is also considered to be dashboard safe, it is heat resistant up to 350ºF. The Maxx HD Lens paired with TR90 Frames sets Maxx quality above all the rest.
Anxi Z87+® Safety Glassess
WHAT IS ANSI? ANSI is an acronym for the “American National Standards Institute“. They’re a nonprofit organization whose primary mission is to create uniform testing standards and guidelines for a variety of products and equipment used by businesses in nearly every sector. ANSI Z87.1 classifies eye protection as impact- or nonimpact-rated. Impact-rated eye protection must pass certain high-mass and high-velocity tests, and provide eye protection from the side. Impact-rated eye protection will have a plus symbol (+). Impact-rated lenses, for instance, will be marked “Z87+.” Our safety glasses have that mark, and also have the following feautures: