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It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September

Sail Away

OAKLEY  takes a dive into the wide world of water sports with the Split Shot. This hat-compatible style includes a lightweight, 20-inch coated woven steel leash, and its high-wrap delivers maximum protection. Lenses feature Prizm technology. oakley.com

Starting at  $163


It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
Gone Antiquing

Combinations abound for this metal-and-acetate, frame-and-clip-on style from MOSCOT. New for fall, the Lieb is shown here in antique gold-tortoise. moscot.com

$350 (sold together)


It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
Life of Exces

Fresh from Eastern States Eyewear,the model EXCES 3147 celebrates blended colors on this design that both pops and remains subtle. eseyewear.com

$149

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It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
Clear as Day

Hard to miss even though you’ll see right through it, the Caring is a modified square men’s frame. This new style from ClearVision’s ASPIRE collection is made with SDN-6, a proprietary nylon plastic. cvoptical.com

$240


It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
A New Angle

A mod shape and creative design come together for model 7169, a laminated acetate style from OGI EYEWEARogieyewear.com

$230


It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
Button It

Warm and cool colors meet halfway on the Joaquin, from Imagewear’s ROBERT GRAHAM collection. The men’s four-hole threaded button defines the temple tip on this Rx-able, narrow fit sun style. imagewear.com

$198

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It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
Feel Younger

At long last, bifocal lens wearers can benefit from the extra protection offered by TRANSITIONS  XTRActive lenses. This breakthrough is the result of YOUNGER’s recent addition of Transitions XTRActiveFT28 bifocal lenses in gray to itspolycarbonate composite segmented multifocal lens technology options. youngeroptics.com/transitions

Price upon request.


It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September
Stay in Touch

Measure, assess, and improve patients’ visual memory with the BINOVI TOUCH, from EyeCarrot.TheWayne Saccadic Fixator has been re-engineered and integrated into the Binovi platform, and customizable tests range from specific vision skills to big-picture progress, all of which can be synced to the Binovi Touch app. eyecarrot.com

$3,000

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