Since 1898


When you’ve been in the business as long as we have, you get asked a few questions. Oftentimes, we find we’re getting asked a lot of the same questions, so we wanted to outline some of the questions we hear frequently.

If you’ve ever worn a pair of glasses before, then you’re likely very aware of the annoying reflections that lights and the sun can cause. The best way to avoid this is to have a layer of anti-reflective coating applied to your lenses.
We’re all different, and just as we all have different shoe sizes, we all have different frame sizes. If you’ve been struggling to find the perfect size frames for your head, stop by our showroom. We take pride in carrying frames fit for all.
The best way to extend the life of your glasses is to have a scratch-resistant coating applied when you first get them. We also recommend you keep your glasses in their case when you’re not using them.

It can be hard to tell if a child is in need of glasses. The child has likely always had vision problems, so knows nothing else, and may not be able to relay that they struggle to see, because it has become normal for them. You’ll want to keep an eye on their behavior. Are they squinting a lot? Do they struggle with reading? Do they get headaches? If they are, it could be other things, but it could be their eyesight that’s causing these problems.

Kids can be picky about a lot of things, and eyeglasses are one of them. The best way to ensure your child will wear their glasses? Bring them in to help pick out their pair, that way they can choose something they’re willing to wear.

Glasses for Both Rookies and Seasoned Pros

Are you preparing for just another season in a long career? Or getting ready for your rookie debut? Either way, we’ve got a lot of experience working with both rookies and pros. We carry frames that can fit all ages. Don’t struggle to see the ball, puck, shuttlecock, or whatever you play with, anymore!