Popular Eyewear Brands to Showcase Their Style
Your son or daughter may be reluctant to wear their first pair of glasses. It’s easy to get them excited about a new look with the latest designs from popular brands like Nike, Lacoste, and more.
Compare different frames and colors until you find a few stand-out picks. Next, use our Virtual Try-On tool to show what it will look like when they wear their glasses to school. This can get kids excited about glasses, and that’s really half the battle.
Prescription Lenses That Last
Our standard polycarbonate lenses are thin and extra-strong – just what kids need when they’re first learning to care for glasses. Do you have a daredevil on your hands? Upgrade your lens package with even more durable material. The more resilient the lenses, the less you have to worry about scratches and other damage.
100% UV Protection for Young Eyes
It’s important for kids to spend time outdoors, but cumulative exposure to UV rays can lay the groundwork for eye diseases like cataracts. All lenses sold at Eyeconic block 100% of UV rays from reaching their eyes. We also offer photochromic lenses, which darken when exposed to sunlight. It’s never too early to teach kids about vision health.
Shopping for Kid’s Glasses at Eyeconic is Easy
Once your son or daughter has picked out their new glasses, mom or dad can sweep in to finish the sale. Simply add them to your shopping bag, choose lenses, upload a prescription, and pay. It really is that easy.
They’re going to be excited when their new glasses arrive in the mail. Let them see how they look in the mirror. If this is their first pair, be sure to provide encouragement. You want them to wear the glasses all day at school, and they may be self-conscious at first.
It may be necessary to adjust the fit when you receive new glasses. This is another place where Eyeconic can make life easier. Simply take their new frames to a participating eye doctor for a free adjustment on us.
At Eyeconic, we’ve created a more human way to buy eyewear. When it comes to kid’s glasses, we like to think we’ve made shopping a little bit more fun, too.