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Nike Prescription Glasses

Glasses by Nike - Just Do It

Nike Inc, the US company, whose name goes back to the goddess of victory Nike in Greek mythology, has long since proven that it can do much more than just shoes and sportswear. After all, the brand Nike has been the epitome of lifestyle with a sporty touch for decades.

The Nike designers also approach their accessories range with the same high quality standards. Here, Nike glasses do not lag behind their own standards. Women's and men's glasses are just as impressive as children's glasses from Nike on all levels. Robust and high-quality materials (titanium, plastic or metal) are combined with filigree spring hinges, so that especially athletes get their money's worth. Spring hinges guarantee an improved, more secure fit of the frame during fast movements.

History and Vision of Nike

Nike founder Phil Knight could never have imagined the importance his company would ever have on the world stage when he had the idea. The idea of creating his own brand came to the passionate but, in his own words, "moderately good middle-distance runner" on the Hayward Field running track at the University of Oregon. However, it first took real shape in the lecture halls of Stanford Business School. His then Oregon coach, Bill Bowerman, laid the foundation for this by tinkering with professional running shoes for his athletes and achieving outstanding results virtually overnight. From here, it was not far for Knight to write a study paper on shoe production in Japan.

From then on, everything revolved around the sole and everything that went with it. The origins of Nike can be traced back to 1964, when Knight and Bowermann founded Blue Ribbon Sports together. It was here that the two first started to bring the sports shoes of the brand Onitsuka Tiger (from which Asics also originated) from their boot to the man or woman.

Seven years later they changed the name and the Nike logo, which was designed by a graphic design student for just 35 dollars. The trademark known as "Swoosh " is not based on a check mark, but is supposed to remind you of the wings of the Greek goddess. But the name Nike itself didn't come from Knight, who actually favoured Dimension 6, but came from the pen or allegedly from the dream of the first employee Jeff Johnson. The almost unprecedented rise of the brand also began in an almost somnambulistic way. Many years later, the graphic designer was asked to design one of the most detailed logos in modern history, and was awarded with a diamond-studded gold ring in the shape of a swoosh and a share package worth a total of 600,000 US dollars.

The first own shoes were worked on with a waffle iron to give the sole the right profile. In keeping with the German proverb: "Necessity is the mother of invention". Nike quickly developed from necessity into virtue, so that in its entire business history Nike has never been in the red.

Thus, the unprecedented rise of the sports goods manufacturer to giant continued until 1989, when Nike was at the top for the first time, The brand has not relinquished this position to this day, nor will it do so in the near or distant future. And all this with hoodies, Air Max, Air Jordans and trousers or sweatpants, i.e. sports equipment, street fashion and collectors' items. The reach of the US-American brand is so far that hardly anyone on the globe can escape the lifestyle products of the core brand or Converse, which Nike bought in 2003 for more than 300 million dollars.

Colourful designs characterise the company's creations as much as dynamic patterns and extravagant colour combinations, which are not only used by today's top athletes from many facets of sport such as LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Anthony Davis, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jérôme Boateng, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Neymar Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kylian Mbappé or golf superstar Tiger Woods. Also a whole series of former superstars like Michael Jordan, the eponym of the most successful sub-brand Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Dirk Nowitzki, the Brazilian exceptional talents Ronaldo (The Original), Ronaldinho and tennis legends like John McEnroe, Andre Agassi or Pete Sampras as well as the beginning of the 21st century. Century the next generation of superstars like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or Serena Williams.

Nike is also the main sponsor of the American Professional Football League NFL, the US-American national basketball team.

Nike Glasses - Sportive Design with Colours, Corners and Edges

The most successful sporting goods manufacturer on the planet has long since ceased to owe proof that Americans are so much more than just stylish sneakers and cool kicks. This can be seen, not least, in the Nike Sunglasses and prescription glasses from Nike. The colourful designs and fancy patterns of the Nike frames always attract attention. Several colour combinations offer you a wide range of possibilities to combine your Nike sunglasses with your outfit.

The shapes also represent almost all the frames available in the eyewear world. The sportswear manufacturer specialises in rectangular shapes with colourful elements. Square Nike glasses are especially popular because they suit almost every face type. Combined with trendy colours they create an exciting contrast between traditional style and playful design. You can accentuate with the Nike reading glasses best when the temples have a colour gradient like the Nike 7090. Here dark grey merges softly into a red tone.

The Nike Glasses 5509 is a colourful hit from the Nike collection. The temples of these Nike unisex glasses present themselves with hard contrasts that catch the eye. Colourways with names like "Cyber Green" and "Volt" make sure that nobody will overlook this frame. No matter if you wear women's frames, men's models or junior glasses - Nike eyewear will definitely give your look a sporty touch.

Nike Offers More Than Just Kicks - Which Nike Glasses Suit Me

If you dress sporty, almost every model should match your outfit. In our Nike range, you can find hundreds of frames to match a sporty style. In terms of colour, almost everything is available that the range of glasses can offer. If you like to reach deep into the colour bucket, there are several multi-coloured Nike glasses available. A colourful example is the Nike Glasses Metal, which makes colour-blocking the supreme discipline. With our filter on the left side of the browser you can easily sort the whole Nike palette according to your preferences and see which colours we offer. From classic colours like black to the evergreen Havana brown, you'll find everything you need.

If you've decided on a colouration but aren't sure whether your favourite matches your face, you can here get an idea of what the chosen model might look like on your face. You can put on the various Nike prescription glasses quickly and easily with our online try-on by using your webcam or uploading a saved photo. You can check out the whole range of Nike frames.

As far as shapes are concerned, you can also use the filter in the Nike glasses overview to determine your preference. Popular designs like rectangle glasses or Nike Glasses round are usually permanently in stock. If you have received your glasses and the shoe (or in this case the frame) is still pinching you will certainly find valuable hints and advice in our Blog, covering topics such as: "Do I look square with Nike glasses?", "Do Nike glasses square look weird with my face type?" or "Which UV protection is best for my eyes? Also our "Master of Glasses" has a lot of tips on points like "Nike Glasses Frame Repair" or "Adjustment" in his repertoire.

Once you have browsed through our extensive selection and decided what shape and colour your dream glasses should have, you can order your glasses online at a favourable price. If, contrary to expectations, you don't like them, you can simply return them within 30 days free of charge via free shipping. Only individually produced lenses with prescription cannot be refunded, unless there are technical defects. If you have any questions, simply contact our customer service by telephone via our local telephone number, or email

Our Individual Service

If you have any questions during the purchase of glasses like "the right Nike glasses size" you can always contact us. We are always happy to help. Furthermore, the free return shipment with 30 days return right and money-back guarantee as well as the various payment methods make your shopping with us even easier.

About Us

If you would like to buy Nike glasses online at a low price, you have come to the right place. In our Brand Eyewear online shop you will find a wide range of Nike glasses for women and men, all with cleaning cloth and case included in the price. Used products and fakes with names like "Mike" or "Nikey" have no place in our stock! The condition of our products is always new and the packaging always original.

As optical specialists for the fashion-enthusiastic clientele we even offer, under the claim "SEE AND BE SEEN", the top brands such as Ray-Ban or Armani at absolute bargain prices. Also reduced glasses and products from our own Glasses Sale are available at unique prices. So what are you waiting for? Visit us in the extraordinary world of Edel-Optics eyewear. "Just Do It" and treat yourself to a real lifestyle accessory with Nike prescription glasses.

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