You go online or walk into an eyewear store and the choices for glasses can seem endless. Is there a trick for how to choose glasses? Should you just grab the first pair that appeals to you or is it better to spend hours trying all of the frames on? As experts in helping customers choose the best eyeglass frames, we can tell you that, no, you don’t need to try on hundreds of frames or settle for the first ones to catch your eye. Based on our decades of experience at our Vancouver eyewear store, we’re sharing six important tips for choosing the best eyeglass frames.
A number of sports require protective gear, ranging from full on pads and helmets to just a mouthguard or shin guards. However, many times, the eyes are left exposed, as it’s not all that common for protective sports eyewear to be mandated.
It might seem like almost everyone you know eventually has to wear glasses at some point in their life. Why is that? Well, meet presbyopia, a completely natural and normal loss of the ability to focus on things up close that typically happens after the age of 40. The bad news is, no one can escape it and presbyopia inevitably affects everyone. The good news is, some people notice a minimal impact and for everyone else, the issue is easily fixed by wearing reading glasses or switching up your current contacts or lenses. In fact, it’s a fairly common reason people come in to visit our Vancouver eyewear store for glasses.