Prescription Lenses for Stark


Select Frame Color

Color: Grey Polarized (Trivex)

Clear (Trivex) $420

Non-Polar $400

Polar (Trivex) $475

Photochromic (Trivex) $515

Mirror Lens Options:

Polarized Mirror (Trivex) $495

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Single Vision Rx Only - We don't offer Progressive,  bi-focal, or Prism prescriptions at this time

Please allow 14-21 business days for production of prescription frames. (This does not include shipping time.)

No returns on prescription products. Please make sure your information is correct before you submit your order.

Shipping to the United States and Canada only

Due to the wrap of our frames the prescription range that we can make prescription lenses is:
+2.00/-3.00 Sphere up to a -2.00 Cylinder

Trivex Lenses are lightweight and durable. They provide protection from 100% of UVA and UVB rays, and offer increased clarity.

PLEASE NOTE: ANSI Z87.1 and MilSpec Ballistics are not currently available for our prescription frames.

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Gatorz Features
Frame Specifications
Lens Color Guide
  • American Made
  • Fully Adjustable Frame and Nosepiece
  • Lightweight, Durable 7075 Aircraft Grade Aluminum Frame
  • Fully Adjustable Frame and Nosepiece
  • Thin Temples; Comfortable Fit Under Helmets and Ear Protection
  • Impact Resistant Polycarbonate Lenses
  • Hassle Free Returns
  • Interest Free, Split Payments through Affirm
  • Military, Veteran, and First Responder Discount
  • Free Shipping in the US

Stark Frame Measurements

A. Hinge to hinge [Frame Width]


B. Frame Height


C. Nosepiece Height


D. Nosepiece width (adjustable)


E. Temple tip to tip (adjustable)


 Gatorz frames are built from lightweight, durable, aerospace grade aluminum.  The frame and nosepiece are fully adjustable, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit.  Watch the video above for instructions on how to adjust your Gatorz. 

Please note, adjustments to the frame may cause temple tips to contact the lens.  Be sure to store your eyewear in a protective, microfiber pouch in a way that eliminates temple to lens contact to avoid scratches.



VLT: 12%

Heightens true color perception, minimizes glare (especially on the water), reduces eye fatigue;
Uses: Hiking, jogging, driving, outdoor sports, everyday use


VLT: 92%

Heightens contrast in partly cloudy and sunny conditions.
Uses: Cycling, fishing, hunting, shooting, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, water sports.


VLT: 16%

Heightens contrast in partly cloudy and sunny conditions.
Uses: Cycling, fishing, hunting, shooting, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, water sports.


VLT: 14%

Blocks high amounts of blue light to heighten contrast and visual acuity. Particularly useful to improve contrast on grass and against blue skies.
Uses: Winter sports, mountain environments, outdoor activities, on the water.

OPz Optomized Polarized

VLT: 16%

This versatile lens provides the glare reduction of polarized lenses without restricted view of digital screens. See clearly when looking at: digital altimeters, computer screens, police mobile computers, motorcycle windshields, and older phones and smart watches.

Inferno Photochromic

VLT: 85% (Clear) to 15% (Dark)

When used indoors, the inferno lens provides clear eye protection. When exposed to UV light, the tint of the lens automatically darkens. This popular lens keeps your eyes protected in changing environments or weather. This functional offering is a favorite for its versatility both on the job and for personal use. VLT ranges from 85% (Clear) to 15% (Dark) across an approximate 60 second transition time.



Gatorz are carefully manufactured by hand to ensure quality and heat-treated for strength and durability. Our products are designed to fit any face with our innovative adjustability.

Frame Adjustment

Temple Adjustment

Nose Piece

Frame Adjustment

If your Gatorz are too tight, the primary adjustment is made in the front frame. This is done by holding the frame and the nose bridge and carefully flexing the frame outward. Work the frame slowly for a perfect fit. Bending the frame too hard or too fast can lead to lens distortion or the lens popping out of the tension mounted frame.

Temple Adjustment

A second adjustment can be made to the narrow end of the temples. The temple pieces have not been heat treated and will have little spring back effect. This adjustment relieves any pressure from the back of your ears and should be made only after adjusting the frame.

Nose Piece

The nosepiece is molded with a stainless steel insert, therefore, the nosepiece can be bent to loosen or tighten the fit, or it can be pulled out to keep the frame away from your face.