Dry Eye Syndrome Relief Glasses: Optician Certified Eyewear Collection Update

A Sight For Sports Eyes announces that it now carries prescription dry eye syndrome glasses and sunglasses. These glasses relieve dry eyes naturally by blocking wind, pollen, dust, and other airborne irritants due to their silicone eyecup protection foam.

More details can be found at https://www.sporteyes.com/shop-all-eyewear/dry-eye-syndrome-glasses.html

The company also carries moisture chamber glasses with a climate control seal as part of its updated collection. One of the more popular designs is the Wiley-X Airrage Sunglasses, which fit small to medium faces and come with a temple strap for better comfort. This particular brand exceeds ANSI Z87-2003+ high-velocity safety standards and allows cool air to enter the frame naturally while also blocking windborne irritants.

Another popular design is the 7Eye by Panoptx Ziena Kai. This is recommended for clients who chronically suffer from dry eye, even with regular eye drops. The thin membrane by the rim of the glasses gives them a sleek and sophisticated look while still offering superior protection.

Customers can find more designs, colors, and features on the website.

About A Sight For Sports Eyes

A Sight For Sports Eyes was launched in September 1996 to provide high-quality sportswear glasses to the public. Moreover, it also acted as an education hub to teach people about the dangers of eye injuries and how to avoid them with the proper eyewear.

The company was founded by Shannen Knight who is a board-certified optician. She has spent the last two decades educating the public about the growing risk of eye injuries, especially among the youth.

A spokesperson for the company wrote, “We offer cutting-edge technology in our prescription lenses, including Transitions, Polarized, and Trivex materials, all made from high-quality manufacturers such as Essilor, Zeiss, Hoya, and NXT. In addition, digital free form technology, the most advanced lens technology in the industry which allows for a wider field of vision than traditional edged lenses, is available for most of our sports glasses or with most manufacturer direct lenses.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.sporteyes.com/shop-all-eyewear/dry-eye-syndrome-glasses.html

A Sight for Sport Eyes

1553 11th Street

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