Oakley was started by James Jannard in 1975 out of his garage with an initial investment of $300. The name "Oakley" came from Jim's English Setter, "Oakley Anne." Jannard began by selling what he called 'The Oakley Grip' out of the back of his car at motocross events. His motorcycle grips were unlike other grips available at the time, using a trademarked material. The material is still used to make the earsocks on Oakley glasses, and many of the nose pieces and now the bands of their watches. Come check out our Oakley sunglasses and glasses frames. We have the best selection of Oakley in Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon, Breckenridge, and all of Summit County.
In 1929, an Army Air Corp Col partnered with a company called Bausch & Lomb to create a pair of glasses that would help pilots with the intense blue and white lights of the sky. The prototype, made in 1936 had an anti-glare green lens that was also impact resistant. Ray Ban became well known for this Aviator frame and later for their Wayfair.
Zeal is a Boulder based company that uses plant based material to make their frames. They inject air into their active line to make them some of the lightest frames on the market. Partnered with Maui Jim for the lenses, their sunglasses have incredible optics. All of their products are polarized. Zeal is a company that strives to give back. They have program where they donate polarized sunglasses to the Sherpas to help protect their eyes. They also have a "buy a pair, plant a tree" program.
At MODO we are driven by a passion for finding the optimal balance of form and function. Inspired by the precision of architecture, we work with lightness and strength, structure and fluidity. By merging innovative materials, new technologies and purist designs, we offer you unparalleled lightness and lasting quality.
In 2016, we launched the Buy a Frame – Help a Child See program in collaboration with SEVA Foundation. Today we have helped more than 650 000 children in India to see by offering free vision screenings, prescription glasses and corrective treatments. We are proud to be an eyewear industry leader in social responsibility.
ECO® biobased frames are unique because they are made with 63% castor seeds – making them sustainable while lightweight and comfortable. The frames are colorful and playful, and with new styles you can even add a magnetic sun clip to maximize your ECO® look!
With ECO®, we bring sustainability and social responsibility full circle – from the materials we use in our frames to the trees we plant that clean the air and enable farmers to support their communities. We have planted over 1.5 million trees so far!
We build the clearest sunglasses on the planet for those who live to be on the water. Born on the water and we're still inspired by it. We want to be on it, we want to protect it, and we want to inspire others to do the same.
Costa supports two big initiative: Untangle our oceans and Kick Plastic, that seek to improve the oceans by decreasing the abount of plastic in the ocean and by recycling fishing nets
The company was founded by Ben and Laura Harrison and inspired by the birth of their son, Jonas Paul. Jonas was born with a rare disorder, Peter’s Anomaly, that caused opacified corneas and glaucoma. Despite being blind at birth, Jonas Paul now has low vision thanks to 21 surgeries and the dedication of his loving parents. As Ben and Laura searched for fashionable eyeglasses for their son, they grew increasingly frustrated at the limited options for children. The Harrisons decided to leave their careers to launch Jonas Paul Eyewear with the mission of helping children feel beautiful in their glasses and providing sight to children in need with every purchase.
Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Michigan. We produce handcrafted eyewear in Italy with complete brand transparency and a spotlight on the hands that craft our frames. We are proponents of supporting independent optical, giving back to our community, and thoughtful design.
Article One was founded to raise awareness and funding for Vitamin A deficiency in developing nations.
Most people are unaware that about 500,000 children globally go blind each year from Vitamin A deficiency, and half of those children die within 12 months as a result of Vitamin A deficiency. Even more astounding, it costs just one dollar for a year’s worth of supplements for one child. That means a one dollar donation to Helen Keller International will ensure at least one child will not die or go blind from vitamin A deficiency.
Article One has donated over $17,000 to Helen Keller International's vitamin A supplementation program thus far.
Beginning in Minnesota as an independent eyewear label, Ogi Eyewear has always remained true to its original philosophy—even while experiencing significant growth in recent years. By emphasizing innovation, originality, quality and value, Ogi Eyewear has refined its vision to earn worldwide recognition. The eponymous line is now also the name of the company, housing seven unique brands at the forefront of contemporary optical design. Ogi Eyewear constantly releases new products—bold, colorful, and handmade luxury eyewear—and develops the hottest trends in the eyewear industry.
Founded in 1941 as a family-run workshop in a Manhattan loft, Coach has grown into a leading American designer and marketer of fine accessories and ready-to-wear for women and men around the world. Under license since 2012, the Coach eyewear collection perfectly expresses the effortless New York style and the authentic American heritage of the Coach brand.
For nearly a century, Liberty Sport has been producing superior frames and lenses to handle the rigors of sport. Built to perform under demanding conditions, our products set the global standard for sports eyewear and Rx. From leading ASTM F803 impact sports protective to innovative sun technology, our commitment to research and innovation is unrivaled. And you’ll see that commitment in every product we make.
Anne Klein was an innovator, a passionate creator and visionary who helped define the American fashion landscape with her eponymous brand. For almost 50 years, Anne Klein has been synonymous with American sportswear.