Custom Glasses

We’re not a warehouse or box store where you have to choose your glasses from a limited, mass-produced inventory. When you come to Mountain West Optical, you have a say in every aspect of your new glasses. We craft your lenses right in our facility, so you won’t have to wait extra time for shipping. We will make prescription adjustments for 90 days, and your frames are under warranty for 2 years.

Eyewear Brands

We offer a wide variety of options when it comes to frames and lenses. Here are some of the brands we feature:
  • Ray Ban
  • Oakley
  • Maui Jim
  • Juicy Couture
  • Nike
  • Carrera
  • Dragon
  • Smith
  • Jimmy Choo
  • WooW
  • Calvin Klein
  • David Spencer
  • Valentino
  • OGA
  • Design Eyewear
  • Armani
  • Georgio Armani
  • OX New York
  • Coach
  • Zeiss
  • Wiley X
  • Banana Republic
  • Liz Claiborne
  • Safio
  • Marchon
  • Emozioni
  • Carolina Herrera
  • Skaga
  • Morris Morel
  • Eye Bobs
  • Eschenbach
We also feature the following children's brands:
  • X Games
  • Disney Princess
  • Disney Eyewear
  • Power Rangers
For Ballistic Eyewear Glasses, we offer:
  • Randolph Engineering
  • Decot Hy-WYD Sport
  • ESS
  • Oakley
  • Smith Optics
  • Wiley X

Specialty Eyewear

We craft our glasses in house, meaning we can make the perfect glasses to fit a wide range of needs. Here are some of our specialty-crafted eyewear:
  • Reading Glasses
  • Bike Riding & Motorcycle Eyewear
  • Prescription Scuba Masks
  • Swim Goggles
  • Ski Goggles
  • Golf Glasses
  • Computer Glasses
  • Sports Glasses
  • Safety Eyewear
  • Ballistic Eyewear
  • And more!

Custom Lenses

Lens Materials


Composite lenses incorporate polycarbonate, Trivex®, and other ophthalmic materials to produce a thin durable lens. They are extremely lightweight, hold up to abrasives, block UVA and UVB rays, and are compatible with most protective treatments (no-glare, scratch resistant, etc.).

All Plastic Lenses

There are three grades of plastic lenses: standard, mid-index, and high-index. They are all more lightweight, durable, and impact resistant than glass. Mid and High Index are great options for stronger prescriptions, without adding unnecessary weight.


While a heavier substance, glass offers the highest resistance to scratching. If you want the sharpest and clearest view, glass is the best option.

Lens Treatments

These are optional coatings that can be added to your lenses to address specific concerns.


Scratch-resistant treatments prevent scuffs from your glasses being dropped or cleaned and stored improperly. This lens is especially convenient for children’s glasses, and can greatly extend the life of a pair of lenses.


Anti-reflective treatments block reflective light to reduce glare. They also offer UV protection and have a protective layer that is spot resistant and easier to clean than regular lenses.


Photochromic lenses are clear for indoor lighting, but darken when hit by bright light, shielding your eyes from UV damage.

Lens Types

For the funcitonality of the lenses.

Single Vision

Single Vision lenses are designed to correct near or farsightedness, but not both at the same time. Prescriptions for Reading, Driving, and Correcting Astigmatism are often single-vision.


Bifocals contain two prescriptions in the same frame, improving vision for both near and far. A thin visible line divides the prescriptions.


Trifocals are divided into three sections, improving vision for close, far away, and a middle distance, which is about arm’s length.


Progressive lenses use advanced technology to allow wearers to see at different distances, without a noticeable seam in the lens or jump in vision.