Overall things slowed down with a more scattered representation of brands.
An increase in luxury brands have made the list.
After the holiday hustle, it seems customers played it conservative the first month of the new year.
Pleasant surprises all around as independent brands reign supreme.
Make way for high-tech lenses, cutting-edge construction and smart-tech on a broad range of frames.
It’s a pretty wide spread of brands with no runaway winner.
OVVO seems to be the month’s sleeper hit.
The old standbys seem to have been the safe bet.
Performance features ensure these frames offer style in motion.
It was a wide spread of brands with sunglasses — and sun Rxs — starting to pick up.
Sunwear for snow conditions saw an uptick.
Independent brands still making a strong showing!
Sunwear sales really picked up and BTS styles were hot ... even if actually going back to school wasn't.
With many businesses still reopening, sales are still down but here are some of the winners.
Widespread shutdowns had an expected negative effect on overall sales, but there were some bright spots.
Any bikers who need Rx’able sunglasses or love splashy colors will find there’s more than enough choice out there.
If you’re looking for durable styles at a range of price points, these kids’ suns have you covered.
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From first-time optical collections to tried-and-true sporting accessories, there’s something for everyone in clip-on suns this season. Across the range of possibilities, convenience and style combine...
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