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Introducing The Ashe

Blue Light Blocking glasses

Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Grey sunglasses, cevcollection

Ashe Grey

$76.00
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Black sunglasses, cevcollection

Ashe Black

$76.00
Ashe Amber sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Amber sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Amber sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Amber sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Amber sunglasses, cevcollection
Ashe Amber sunglasses, cevcollection

Ashe Amber

$76.00
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The Gold Standard of Protection


Artificial blue light from screens and energy-efficient lighting disrupts your biological clock and causes digital eye strain— negatively impacting sleep, health, and productivity.

CEV lenses reduce your exposure to blue light, helping you live healthier and happier.

What is Blue Light

Blue Light is a part of the visible light spectrum, between 400 nm and 500 nm; making it one of the shortest, highest-energy wavelengths.

Digital devices and LED lights emit blue light from about 430 nm to 500 nm with an intense spike at ~ 455 nm.

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Performance Enhancing

Reduce Glare
Reduce Headaches 
Reduce Digital Eyestrain
Reduce Sleep problems 

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"A new level to your Game" 

Why the 'Ashe'

Named after Tennis great, Arthur Robert Ashe Jr. He was an American professional tennis player who won three Grand Slam singles titles.

Ashe was the first black player selected to the United States Davis Cup and the only black man ever to win the singles title at Wimbledon, the US Open, and the Australian Open.

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