Prescription sunglasses provide you with all the visual correction of your glasses or contact lenses as well as important protection from the sun’s glare and UV rays.
We can fit most of our designer spectacles with prescription sunglass lenses, with your choice of tint, so you can look good in the sun, be safe with full UV protection and enjoy the clarity of vision you expect from your spectacles. We have a 50% off offer on Ted Baker, Wolf and Police prescription sunglasses when purchased with any complete pair of spectacles, £109 or over.
Prescription sunglasses are available with single vision, bi-focal or varifocal lenses and can be created with a single tint, graduated tint, mirrored effect or polarised lens design.
Why struggle in the sun? Squinting and getting headaches when you can see clearly, safely and look good at the same time, with a pair of prescription sunglasses from CATS Optometrist.
Ted Baker remains something of an enigma. In 1988 he established himself as a shirting specialist of some repute and quickly went on to develop a wider range of exceptional menswear designs. In time, he also found sophisticated ladies clamouring for him to apply his unique flair for fashion to womenswear as well. He duly obliged, of course, and soon all four corners of the world had cottoned on to what Ted still likes to call ‘fashion’s best kept secret’. Today, Ted Baker London is renowned for its perfect mix of distinctive design, beautiful quality and unconventional creativity, all liberally spiced with Ted’s irreverent sense of humour and unswerving attention to detail.
Whether you’re jetting off to Jamaica, strutting the streets of San Francisco or casting your rod into yonder pond, the Ted Sun collection has the perfect pair of shades to catch that summer sun. Hand crafted acetates in luxury finishes, folding sunglasses and leather wrapped aviators all congregate here.
You can choose from a comprehensive range of lens tints to suit your needs including contrast enhancing, high fashion double colour graduated, mirror tinted or polarised lenses.