Sunglasses store Bronx

Sunglass Shop in the Bronx

Posted by

Prescription and non-prescription sunglasses in the Bronx

Sunglass shop in the Bronx
Sunglass shop in the Bronx

Eye Express is your one stop destination for the best designer sunglasses. Our sunglass shop in the Bronx is stocked with the best selection of designer sunglasses and eyeglasses. We also carry budget frames for those who are on a budget and need something more economical and that can fit their price points. Sunglasses should protect eyes as well as the skin around the eyes and should have full protection against the sun’s dangerous rays with UV protection. UV rays can cause many problems with eyes, including skin cancer, wrinkles and cataracts, which can be hard to get rid of and cause vision loss over time.

All of the sunglasses we carry at our sunglass shop in the Bronx come with 100% UV protection. We also carry invisible bifocals, mirrored lenses, polarized lenses and polycarbonate lenses. Our polarized lenses are used in sunglasses in order to reduce glare from reflective surfaces. And our polycarbonate lenses offer a thinner, lighter frame than traditional plastic eyeglasses. They come with 100% UV protection and are ten times more resistant to impact than regular plastic lenses. Polycarbonate lenses are great for children, or for those who play sports or have hazardous jobs.

Our glasses come in prescription or non-prescription sunglass types. Prescription sunglasses all come with 100% UV rated protection, as do our non-prescription brands. UV protection helps to ward off the sun’s harmful rays, which can cause skin cancer, glaucoma, cataracts and other eye diseases and conditions which may contribute to vision loss. Our sunglass shop in the Bronx can help answer any questions you may have about UV rays, UV protection, glasses, sunglasses, and any other types of lenses that protect eyes and give you better vision. We’re a one stop shop that carries all of your vision needs in one place, making it convenient and easy for all of our patients.

220 East 161ST Street
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 681-9744