We are excited to introduce to you our new line of Bolle sports eyewear   in Mckinney TX.  Not long ago, athletes rarely wore eyewear specifically designed to protect their eyes during sports but today sports eyewear can be spotted on almost anyone.  Whether you are playing with a ball, bat, racket or martial arts you may need eye protection.
Here at Blink Eyecare we believe not only should our kids look great in their traditional glasses but also in their sports eyewear and this is why we choose the Bolle line.  Not only are they stylish but they are also versatile and can be worn three ways, with a complete strap, with the plastic temples or with the temples and strap.  This is very important especially in sports that require a helmet to fit over the googles.
Fortunately, parents, coaches and players are realizing that sports eyewear pays off in not only reducing the risk of eye injury but also increasing performance with better vision.   In fact nine out of ten sports eye injuries are preventable with proper sports eyewear.
If you would like a consult on how our staff and eye doctor can improve your sports performance with our new Bolle sports eyewear call us today at 214-865-6266.  The best sports eyewear is professionally fitted so yo know its right for the sport, comfortable, fits well and even flatters your child’s face.
Blink Eyecare
6851 Virginia Parkway Suite 101
McKinney, TX 75071
(214) 865-6266

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McKinney, TX 75072
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