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Boston Envision Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston Envision By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens Boston EO Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston EO By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens
Boston Equalens Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston Equalens By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens Boston ES Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston ES By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens
Boston II Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston II By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens Boston IV Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston IV By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens
Boston RXD Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston RXD By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens Boston VII Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston VII By Independent RGP Labs $39.25 / Lens
Boston XO Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston XO By Independent RGP Labs $36.95 / Lens Boston XO2 Contact Lenses (Click to View) Boston XO2 By Independent RGP Labs $38.95 / Lens

Boston contact lenses are a rigid gas permeable contact lens manufactured to order by our high quality RGP lab. Boston EO, Envision, XO, and ES are the most worn types of Boston contacts. Boston Contact lenses are made with high grade materials for comfortable wear and crisp, clear vision.

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