We only offer high-quality readers all of which come in a range of strengths, so no matter what magnification you need, we can help improve your vision.
All of our reading glasses offer aspheric lenses, for clearer vision and a wider, distortion-free field of view. They deliver everything you would expect in a high-quality pair of readers, allowing you to see clearly and comfortably.
Our frames come in a wide selection of styles, colors, shapes, and materials. Innovative features such as memory metal technology, spring hinges, lightweight titanium, and AR coated lenses are also available.
As you age, your eye lenses harden and can no longer change shape to focus on nearby objects. This natural condition is called presbyopia and it generally starts to weaken your near vision in your early-to-mid 40s. By magnifying images, reading glasses help relieve eye strain caused by this condition.
Possibly. Even with other prescription vision solutions, some people require reading glasses to help relieve eye strain caused by the effects of presbyopia.
Here at Foster Grant, you’ll find a wonderful selection of readers to suit your personal needs and individual style. Our mission is to help you find your perfect look so you can read better and feel great in the most flattering styles. No matter what you’re looking for, we have a pair that is right for you.
Generally, your order will ship the day after you place it. We ship Monday through Friday, so orders placed on weekends won't be sent until the following Monday.
Both sun and reading glasses are somewhat fragile, so all orders are shipped via UPS, including those orders that qualify for free freight (over $24 USD).
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