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If eyewear is a necessity, then choosing the right frames and lenses is simple when you know what to look for. This guide provides information you need about lens materials and coatings, as well as frame colors and shapes that will complement your appearance. From "just the basics" to high fashion looks, Sam's Club has the frames and lenses to fit your lifestyle, making it easy to meet all your eyewear needs.

Two Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. How many pairs of eyewear should I have?

A. Everyone should have at least three:

  • Primary prescription pair
  • Backup pair
  • Prescription sunwear

And don't forget:

  • Special occasions
  • Sports or protective eyegear
  • Computer or reading glasses

Q. Why do I need prescription sunwear?

A. Because it can help you:

  • Prevent macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness.
  • Prevent auto accidents — keep a polarized pair in the car to see sharply even when the sun is glaring.
  • Protect delicate skin around your eyes from the sun's harmful effects.
  • Enjoy outdoor activities more — even if you wear contacts, prescription sunglasses come in handy where sand or surf could irritate your contacts.

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