Known for its tradition of fine quality production, Bolle started in 1888 in Oyonnax, France. The company originally made combs and hair ornaments, but in 1956, the brand introduced the first cat-eye frame, launching the popularity of the brand for decades to come. Bolle has been a leader in Rx sunglasses for a very long time, and their commitment to their fans remains unchanged. The sports brand sets out to provide the best-quality eyewear available to those who need functionality as well as style.
Bolle prescription sunglasses are designed primarily for athletic men and women, but being athletic isn’t a requirement to enjoy the exceptional designs and high quality the brand offers. It is good to know, though, that these frames and lenses can stand up to the needs of an active lifestyle.
The company maintains a strong commitment to the idea that the right equipment is essential to getting the most out of activities, and prescription sunglasses are one of the key pieces of equipment desired by the outdoor enthusiast. Whether you are cycling, skiing, surfing, or playing tennis, Bolle glasses will give you protection from the sun and airborne debris, plus the visual clarity to improve your performance as well as enjoy the scenery around you. With sturdy nylon frames and polycarbonate lenses, Bolle prescription sunglasses are engineered for durability and performance.
The brand was recently acquired by ATK Sporting Group, which produces products for hunters, shooting enthusiasts, the military, and law enforcement. This move expands the market for the well-designed and highly functional protective prescription sunwear.
Bolle prescription sunglass frames have a sporty and modern sensibility that are often suitable for either gender. Bolle unisex sunglasses, as well as prescription sunglasses for men or women, come in sleek oval and rectangular wraparound shapes as well as metal-rimmed aviators and classic rounded edges.
A wide variety of prescriptions work with the Bolle prescription sunglasses collection, including progressive and single-vision lenses, which are available to suit your particular vision correction needs. In fact, your lenses will be carefully checked against your prescription by on-staff certified opticians before your new glasses are delivered to you.
A range of lens tints in greys and ambers—as well as vivid blues, greens, reds, and oranges for high glare situations—are available for your prescription sunglasses. Many styles are also available with polarized lenses or gradient tints.
If you are athletic and need durable vision-correcting sunglasses to suit your active lifestyle, or if you simply like the active look as part of your personal style, then these prescription sunglasses are the shades for you.