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Sunglasses provide protection for sensitive eyes in environments where sunlight and UV radiation are strong. We offer sunglasses for men, sunglasses for women, and a wide range of designer sunglasses for everyone in the family.

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Sunglasses Near You in Lawrence Township, New Jersey

They can be non-prescription clip-ons for your regular prescription eyeglasses, non-prescription glasses to be worn while you wear your contacts or, if you are in the sun or other bright environments regularly, you can have prescription sunglasses made for full-time wear.

To protect your eyes from harmful UV rays with style we carry the most popular European, American and Asian designers. Today an extensive array of materials are available. Choose from colorful plastics, stainless steel, titanium and other premium metals.

Modern details and embellishments include wood temples or inlays, gemstone decorations, split temples and vintage features. Whether you want to express elegance, sophistication, casualness or a bold and creative statement, you’ll find the ideal sunglasses to flatter your appearance in our Lawrence Township office.

Prescription Sunglasses

Prescription sunglasses are available for virtually all vision prescriptions including those for farsightedness, nearsightedness and astigmatism, as well as bifocal and progressive lenses. Almost any pair of sunglasses can be fit with prescription lenses as long as the shape of the lens doesn’t distort vision (which happens for example with extremely wide wraparound lenses). Therefore if the latest pair of designer sunglasses catches your eye, there should be no problem in fitting a prescription lens to the frame.

You can also get prescription lenses in most lens materials and with most lens coatings, including polarized lenses (for glare protection), tinted lenses, anti-scratch coatings, polycarbonate or Trivex lenses (for extra durability) and more.

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Non-Prescription Sunglasses

Everyone should own a good pair of sunglasses and wear them all year round. Whether you wear prescription eyeglasses or not, sunglasses are important for every age, race and gender. You can select your non-prescription sunglasses based on your lifestyle, taking into account the frame and lens material, as well as the shape and style of the sunnies. Prescription or not, the lenses should be 100% UV-blocking and slightly larger than the eye area to offer optimal protection. We will happily assist you to find your perfect pair.

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Photochromic Lenses

Photochromic lenses are another alternative for the prescription eyeglass wearer. These lenses darken in response to sunlight turning your regular prescription eyewear into prescription sunglasses. Photochromic lenses are a convenient solution for glasses wearers who find it a hassle to carry around two pairs of glasses. No matter what shape or style, you can protect your eyes and spruce up your outdoor look or your sports performance with a pair of prescription sunglasses.

Polarized sunglasses

For reduced glare and increased clarity in your vision, a pair of polarized sunglasses can’t be beat. An invisible filter is built into your lenses—making images appear sharper and clearer while reducing the intensity of the sun’s glare. Make sure your polarized sunglasses block 100% UV, and remember that polarized sunglasses are available with or without a prescription.

It’s always handy to have a second pair of eyeglasses—why not choose a second pair that makes a real difference in the comfort and clarity of vision while doing the things you love most!

Performance and Sports Sunglasses

Whether you are out on the field, golf course, riding the waves or hiking a mountain, you want your sunglasses to protect your eyes from sunlight and enhance your performance. The first consideration when selecting your sports eyewear is the lens. You’ll likely want a lightweight, strong and durable lens that can withstand impact from debris, other athletes, balls or falls. Lens tints and coatings (such as anti-glare or anti-scratch coatings) can also help to improve visual clarity and reduce glare to enhance contrast sensitivity. This will help enhance performance in many outdoor activities. Some sports sunglasses come with interchangeable lenses of different tints to allow you to choose the contrast that most suits the conditions you are playing in. Our optician will gladly help you find the perfect pair of sports sunglasses that suit your activity and fit securely, yet comfortably.

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