Two Situations Where Hydrotac Lenses Come In Real Handy

There is nothing worse than having to read something up close and not having your reading glasses nearby. For many it could even lead to embarrassment, as you have to ask for assistance or it could even potentially lead to a mistake. Here are two situations where you more than likely don’t want this to occur: Passover Seder If you are of the Jewish faith you more than likely participate in a Passover Seder. Before though...

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A New Way To Go Green On Earth Day

With today being Earth Day, there are lots of ways to contribute. From planting a native tree, to saving on electricity and enjoying the great outdoors there are a lot of ways you can help make Earth Day a success. Another great way to make a difference on Earth Day is by decreasing your plastic use. One way you can do this, with long-term benefits is buying a pair of Optx 20/20 EcoClear frames. Eco-Clear frames...

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Understanding What Blue Light Is

When looking at sunglasses in the store or online you may have come across the term “Blue Light Lens Technology” in the description of the features. That includes in the new Mossy Oak Bulldog frame sunglasses. But what exactly is Blue Light and Blue Light Lens Technology and how does it benefit the wearer? Well many studies have shown that light can have a biological effect on our body including in helping us regulate our hormone...

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America’s Pastime and Sunglasses

The beginning of April means the start of spring weather for many parts of the country. It also means the start of major league baseball and opening day. During the beginning few days of the season there are a lot of day ball games to kick the season off. That means wearing shades, not just for the fans but also for the players themselves. But why do ball players wear shades while they are playing? The answer...

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Experience The True Outdoors Head On With The New Mossy Oak Collection

When you think of hunting and the great outdoors the first thing for many that comes to mind is Mossy Oak.  Since 1986 Mossy Oak has been committed to supporting organizations and programs committed to the outdoors. Founded on its camouflage design, Mossy Oak prides itself in using natural elements and colors to allow hunters to actually blend into the natural surroundings. As the years have evolved Mossy Oak has expanded to additional products that bears its...

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Ways To Manage Eyestrains

Do you work long hours on the computer or in other close eye range environments? Are you experiencing headaches frequently? Dealing with blurred vision? You are probably experiencing eyestrain or computer vision syndrome (CVS). Don’t worry though, there are many things you can do help fix this issue. Here are a few ideas: Take Breaks For every 60 minutes working in front of the computer, take at least a 2-minute break. During this break look away...

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How To Choose The Right Vision Insurance

As we age, routine eyes exams shouldn’t just be optional but mandatory. By doing this cannot only help preserve your vision but also assist in maintaining good eye health for years to come. Visiting the eye doctor though can become expensive and for many of us, it isn’t a top priority. Luckily though there is vision insurance that can make routine eye care much more affordable. But like with everything else, there are options. One option is...

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Famous Women and Their Sunglasses

With March being Women’s History Month, we thought we would take a deeper dive at the women of history that not only made huge accomplishments in our society but also wore some stylish shades. Here are a select few: Audrey Hepburn One of the few people who won an Academy, Emmy, Grammy and Tony award, Aubrey Hepburn is famous for her unique sunglasses including ones with matte black acetate with brown lenses. Jackie Kennedy Onassis Former first lady, known for...

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The Right Glasses For Your Eye Color

There are a lot of factors that come with purchasing a pair of glasses or readers. Material (plastic or metal), weight and look are probably three that come to mind quickly. Another important factor though that you may want to consider is how the glasses match with your eye color. Here are a few good guidelines you may want to consider: If your eyes are bright and blue a contrasting brown tone frame will help make your...

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Which Hinge Is Right For You?

When looking for a pair of glasses the first thing you probably look at are the frames.  Is your preference rimless or semi-rimless? Perhaps metal over plastic? There are a lot of decisions to be made. One other one you may not have thought of that is also important when choosing readers or sunglasses is comfort. If the glasses look great but don’t feel good on you, then you probably won’t like them for very...

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