Luxury and Elegance
The Ocean Blue premium collection for him and for her features luxurious, elegant models for the sophisticated progressive lens wearer. The Ocean Blue sunglass collection has been a market leader in prescription sunglasses since 2005. The superior range is adorned with precious stones, intricate metal designs and utilises the finest hand-made Italian materials. All models from the collection are effortlessly elegant and are the perfect addition for any wardrobe.
Ocean Blue has luxury designs to appeal to every personality, with a variety of classic and contemporary styles for both men and women. Their sunglasses not only offer style but 100% protection against the suns harmful UVA and UVB rays as a standard and can also be fully glazed.
Designed exclusively for the independent optician, the Ocean Blue collection features a diverse selection of models ensuring the stockist has something for everyone. Independent businesses supporting one another, like Leightons and Ocean Blue, are what allows us to offer such a varied yet unique selection of frames like no other.
Ocean Blue offer extraordinary quality at an affordable price, using luxurious acetates of unique and intricate colours and designs alongside tinted lenses that complement the frames. They use superior OBE hinges to ensure strength and ease of movement in their frames. Their eyewear collections are both beautiful and high quality at an affordable price.
The company ensure comfort for the wearer with matt and textured tips, and silicone nose pads for optimal comfort for each individual. Ocean Blue glasses are designed with both the practical needs and preferences of the customer in mind to ensure a frame that looks good, lasts and sits comfortably.
To view our exciting range of Ocean Blue eyewear or other designer glasses brands, simply contact or visit your local Leightons branch stocking the range and our dispensing opticians will be more than happy to help. Why not also book an eye test online to see whether your eyesight or prescription has changed?