Prescription Sunglasses Jackson MS Company Sports Sunglasses Opens Online Store To Serve Its Clients

Sports Sunglasses Shop is a one-stop-shop for prescription sunglasses that keep the wearer protected from harmful UV rays while looking stylish. Customers can avail impressive discounts on glasses and frames that positively accentuate their personalities.

Brandon, MS, United States - October 21, 2019 / / —

According to announcements released by Sports Sunglasses Shop and Jim Kemp, the best prescription sunglasses Jackson MS can be purchased at their online store. The wide selection on offer lets customers choose from trendy, stylish, and functional eyewear. The choice covers the spectrum in classic styles to modern designs for both men and women.

The range of sunglasses for men and women includes polarized prescription glasses and polarized bifocals. Buyers can choose from a variety of glasses that feature sporty frames with non-slip nose pads for outdoor use; classic tortoise frames with rubber brow bars to prevent wind and dust from irritating the eyes; memory flex frames with excellent shock absorption and much more.

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According to sources, the merchandize available at Sports Sunglasses Shop reflects the business’s philosophy of providing its clientele with the best sunglasses for their needs and at reasonable costs. Buyers can have their purchases delivered to their doorsteps. Shopping at is a breeze because of the intuitively navigable interface and secure shopping measures put in place. Buyers need to present a copy of a prescription for purchasing prescription glasses.

Talking about the business, Jim Kemp said, “Since 2012, has been helping our customers with quality designer, prescription and bi-focal polarized sunglasses, giving them the freedom to enjoy the outdoors while protecting their eyes from harmful UV rays as well as keeping their vision as sharp and clear with quality designer R/X and bi-focal lens. has been able to offer our customers over 50 percent savings from what they could purchase prescription sunglasses at their local optical shops. prides itself on being able to offer free shipping on all our R/X and bi-focal sunglasses, while still being able to offer excellent service and high-quality sunglasses. We are generally able to offer faster delivery than your local optical shops also.”

Jim also said, “We offer the latest styles in prescription sunglasses for men and women, styles to fit perfectly with any type of lifestyle or event, whether it’s the beach, sports event, or for daily wear. We have the right selection for you."

Contact Info:
Name: Jim Kemp
Email: Send Email
Organization: Sports Sunglasses Shop
Address: 120 Bridgepointe Blvd Brandon MS 39047
Phone: 6019385367


Release ID: 88929316

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