At Slidell Optics we understand that buying glasses can be fun, but at times stressful. Our optical specialists will help you pick out the frame that works best with your facial features. We then explain the different lens options so you can make the best choice for the health of your eyes.
We are not a big box eyeglasses warehouse or large retail chain. What this means for you is that you will get personalized service by the same qualified optical technician each and every time you call or come in. Your service will be individualized to suit your needs. Without the red tape of multiple levels of management we have the ability to always make sure you come first!
What is your refund and return policy?
Our products are always of the highest quality and always %100 guaranteed. But, we go futher, if you are not %100 satisfied with not only the products that you recieve but also the service that we offer, return the products and we will give you a %100 refund!
PAYMENT & WARRANTY
How is does payment work?
DEPOSIT REQUIRED ON ORDERS
BALANCE DUE AT DELIVERY
What are your warranty terms & conditions?
6 MONTH WARRANTY ON LENSES
1 YEAR WARRANTY ON FRAMES
Athletic and Protective Glasses (ANSI Certified)
According to the American Academy of Opthalmology, more that 42,00 sports-related eye injuries occur annually in the United States, and about 43% of those affected are children younger then 15.
Experts agree that many, if not most, of these injuries can be prevented with protective eyewear, such as safety goggles with polycarbonate lenses. Polycarbonate lenses are up to 10 times more impact-resistant than regular eyeglass lenses and can withstand impact from a ball or other projectile traveling at up to 90 miles per hour.
In recent years, several eyeglasses lens manufacturers have created special tints for sport sung;ess that increase contrast and improve visibility in a wide variety of indoor and oudoor lightin conditions, Your eye doctor or professional optician can show you smaples of these lenses and help you decide which tints are the best suited for your needs.
Some contact lenses offer UV protective. However, since contacts cover only the center part of your eye and can't do anything for uncovered areas, you should still wear UV-blocking sunglasses, preferably with a close-fitting, wraparound style. Wide-brimmed hats are also helpful to reduce exposure of your eyes and face to UV rays.
While safety eyewear should be considered for every activity that has the potential for eye injury, it is essential for the following sports: baseball, softball, basketball, hackey, fottball, handball, racquetball, squash, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and pool sports, fising, tennis and volleyball. Paintball "war games" are another activity for which saftey eyewear is a must.
ANSWERS? WE'VE GOT THEM.
Here are the questions we are most frequently being asked: