1. An ophthalmic progressive addition lens for a presbyopic wearer which has a prescribed far vision mean refractive power and a non nil prescribed addition, ADDp, said lens having a far vision reference point, a mean refractive power, PPO(?, ?), a module of resulting astigmatism, ASR(?, ?), a meridian line, ML(?, ?), with (?, ?) functions being determined in as-worn conditions of the lens by the wearer for gaze directions (?, ?) joining a center of rotation of an eye; CRE, and the lens, where ? is a lowering angle in degree and ? is an azimuth angle in degree, and wherein a lens criterion, CRIT, fulfils following requirement:0.38?CRIT?4.50, where:

CRIT=NumeratorCRIT/DenominatorCRIT;

NumeratorCRIT=(A1/A2)+(PPO(?FV, ?FV)/(100·ADDp)), wherein:

A1=?100%??85%;

A2=?100%??60%;

?100% being the lowering angle corresponding to a minimum positive ? angle between:

the lowering angle where 100% of the prescribed addition is perceived by the wearer on the meridian line,

the lowering angle where the mean refractive power on the meridian line is maximum, PPOmax(?ML, ?ML);

?85% being the lowering angle where 85% of the prescribed addition is perceived by the wearer on the meridian line;

?60% being the lowering angle where 60% of the prescribed addition is perceived by the wearer on the meridian line;

(?FV, ?FV) is a far-vision gaze direction, FVGD, defined as the vision gaze direction corresponding to the far vision reference point;

DenominatorCRIT=[(PeaksMean/ADDp)+(PPO(?FV,?FV)/(8·ADDp))]3, wherein PeaksMean is a mean maximum module of resulting astigmatism (in Diopter), which is equal to [ASRmax(?L, ?L)+ASRmax(?R, ?R)]/2, where ASRmax(?L, ?L) is the maximum module of resulting astigmatism on a side (left side) of the meridian line, and ASRmax(?R, ?R) is a maximum module of resulting astigmatism on the other side (right side) of the meridian line that are both determined inside a circle, CIR, centered on (?, ?)=(12,0), which radius is 35 degrees, and

wherein said lens fulfils following requirement: LAcuSub60_85(0.1) ADDp?75 deg2·D, where:

LAcuSub60_85(0.1) is an angular extent (in deg2) of a zone of the lens where ACU(?, ?)?0.1 log MAR where ?60%????85%;

ACU(?, ?) is an acuity loss value expressed in log MAR and defined according to following equation: ACU(?, ?)=?log (AC %(?, ?)/100);

AC %(?, ?)=100?63×P(?, ?)?44.3×ASR(?, ?)+7.2×P(?, ?)2+19.5×P(?, ?)×ASR(?, ?)+ASR(?, ?)2; when P(?, ?)?0; and

AC %(?, ?)=100?44.3×ASR(?, ?)+ASR(?, ?)2; when P(?, ?)<0;

P(?, ?)=PPO(?, ?)?PPO(?, ?_?_mer);

?_?_mer is the value of the azimuth angle on the meridian line, ML(?, ?), at the lowering angle ?.