INTRODUCING NIR® TECHNOLOGY
NIR® lens technology is a polarized diffuse reflector that reduces internal reflections within the lens, allowing for noticeably sharper clarity while at the same time protecting the lens from scratching or exposure to harmful environmental conditions.
Constructed from CR-39, our NIR® lenses block 100% of harmful UV light and meet the optical and impact resistance requirements of ANSI z80.3. NIR® lenses have oleophobic coatings on the front and back surfaces to resist oil and moisture and to make cleaning easier. The result is a durable lens with outstanding optics and a unique satin finish appearance.
Find the ultimate style, comfort, and utility when wearing Dillon Optics. You will stand out in the crowd with our proprietary NIR® lenses that feature a satin matte finish that has never been done before and you can't find anywhere else! With leading-edge technology, we have achieved unmatched optical clarity that you will notice for yourself immediately. After trying Dillon Optics, it would be nearly impossible to return to an ordinary lens.
Let's not forget to mention we offer this leading-edge technology, style, and comfort in NIRx® prescription. To keep you seeing as clearly as possible across the board!
Our product alone will elevate your daily life. It's just a bonus that you also get to support a small American-owned company. The reason for choosing Dillon Optics is simple and clear.
How it came to be...
Conceptualized and designed by a military aviator and adventurer, our eyewear is unlike anything you have ever seen. Our frames are made in Italy and feature a stunning lightweight design, but what makes us stand out is our lenses with proprietary NIR® technology. The NIR® technology gives a unique satin matte finish. That is as functional as it is aesthetic. Preventing glare and hiding smudges are a great start - but the real "vision" was to provide a razor-sharp visual image that would be hard to duplicate elsewhere, and we think we achieved just that. Give our sunglasses a try, and you will "SEE" why we think Dillon sets the standard in optics.