Absolutely. Our readers are available in a variety of strengths, allowing you to see clearly and comfortably, while offering a wider, distortion-free field of view.
Ultraviolet rays are those that are located beyond the visible spectrum and are categorized into three types: UVA, UVB, and UVC. UVA is the most common – these rays pass through glass and can be harmful both outdoors and indoors. UVB is the most dangerous type of UV rays and the primary cause of skin burning and retina harm. These rays do not pass through glass. UVC rays are blocked by the ozone layer and do not penetrate the Earth’s surface.
Blue light glasses protect your eyes by helping to reduce eye strain, particularly for individuals who average a lot of screen time, suffer from eye fatigue or get frequent headaches. These lenses help to filter out harmful blue light emitted from digital screens – including your computer, tablet, phone or television. Blue light–blocking lenses can be added to any frames, whether you require a prescription or not.
We sure do! They are called sun-readers and we carry various styles. Our sun-readers are either bifocals, meaning the magnification is on the bottom of the lens, or they have full-lens magnification.
Polarized lenses block the rays that would typically enter your eyes after reflecting off surfaces, making them a popular choice among those who enjoy the great outdoors, particularly water sports.
That's exactly right. Floating sunglasses are ideal for anyone that is involved in water sports or often around water. Whether you are an avid boater or water-skier, or just want to play it safe up at the cottage, floating sunglasses are a smart choice. Our lightweight, polycarbonate frames naturally stay afloat and ensure your glasses never fall below the surface of the water.
Overspecs are a great choice for anyone that prefers to wear their regular prescription eyewear, but needs that added sun protection. Our polarized overspecs are designed to fit on top of most glasses and are ideal for use while driving, cycling and running.
Sunglasses are essential for children as their eyes are more sensitive than those of adults. Because UV damage is cumulative over a person’s lifetime, you should begin protecting your child’s eyes as early as possible.
Simply look on the inside of one of the arms and the strength will be clearly stated.
In addition to shipping charges, you may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once the package reaches your country. Unfortunately, we cannot predict if and what charges will be incurred as customs policies vary widely from country to country. Be sure to contact your local customs office for further information. Additionally, when ordering from our website, please be aware that you are considered an importer and must comply with all laws and regulations of the country in which you are receiving the goods. We reserve the right to decline an international order for any reason.
Boléro offers a warranty for sunglasses and readers against defects in materials and/or workmanship for 90 days from the date of purchase. Scratched lenses are considered normal wear and are not covered under warranty. Removing the lenses from their frame will void the warranty.
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, we will gladly provide you with a full refund, less the shipping and handling cost, if applicable. All of our products are eligible for return within 30 days of receipt, and must be returned in their original packaging and in original factory condition. Simply mail it back with your return address and proof of purchase in accordance with our return policy. If you are looking to return a defective product covered under our limited warranty, the same return process applies.
If you don’t know your order number or you received the item as a gift, please contact customer service so that we can help you locate it.
Upon receipt of your item(s), please allow up to two weeks for your return to be processed. Note that it may take your credit card provider one full billing cycle to detail the credit on your statement. Shipping and handling costs are non-refundable.