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Yes, the height specified includes the lens.

Filter categories pertains to how light or dark the tint of the lens. It has five filter categories;

1. Clear or very light

2. Light

3. Medium

4. Dark

5. Very dark

The number is a reference to the tint of the lenses. It does not affect the UV filter or polarization. Categories 1 and 2 are better for low light conditions, i.e. morning and evening. Most sunglasses are category 3 and work well in full sunlight. Category 4 is not recommended for driving.

Lens color is a personal choice and doesn't affect how well sunglasses lenses protect your eyes from UV light. Gray and brown are popular because they distort color perception the least.

Yes. Sportswear in general tends to be safer than regular sunglasses because the lenses and frames are made of special materials that are unlikely to shatter if struck and can give you the benefits of both sunglasses and protective eyewear.

Also, certain lens colors in performance sunglasses can enhance your vision for certain sports; brown, for example, is popular with golfers because it provides nice contrast on those very green golf courses.

When daylight strikes a non-metallic surface such as water it produces glare which can distract us and can cause temporary blindness. Polarizing lenses selectively filter out the horizontal light, thus eliminating glare.

Wearing polarized sunglasses means glare-free vision, clear contrasts, natural colors, reduced eye fatigue and UV protection.

Darker sunglasses decrease the amount of visible light that passes through the lenses compared with lighter lens tints, but they don't necessarily provide greater protection from UV rays (which are invisible).

Flux Sunglasses are polarized sunglasses so you can be sure that your eyes are protected, secured and fashionable at the same time.

Check them out in our shop page and start protecting your eyes against UV rays.

No, Flux Sunglasses are not designed to float.

Flux sunglasses does not come with readers and are polarized glasses only.

No, There is no way to adjust the fit of the glasses. However, Flux sunglasses are almost one size fits most. 

You can check our THE RIGHT SUNGLASSES FOR YOU page and see which Flux Sunglasses fits best with your face shape.


Sorry, we don't have any fit over sunglasses.


Yes, we stand by our products' quality to the extent that we give 1 year replacement warranty that covers damages like popping out lenses, lenses discoloration, temple and/or frame delamination, and other known factory defects.

Delivery and Returns

Absolutely! Your satisfaction is our priority.

We offer 30 days hassle free returns If you are not satisfied with your purchase., Please contact us through email at customer_service@fluxsunglasses.com or through our Contact Us page and request a return within 30 days of receipt of the product. All products must be packed in the original, unmarked packaging including any accessories, manuals, documentation and registration that was included with the product. Returns that do not meet these conditions may be subject to a restocking fee.

If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we can’t offer you a refund or exchange.

To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase.

Please read our Returns Policy for more details.

We are so sorry about this. Please tell us where you purchased the product.

Please send a message through email at customer_service@fluxsunglasses.com or through our Contact Us page and we'll help you track your order.

Certain circustances might affect delivery time sometimes such as bulk orders on special occasions like Christmas.