Sunglasses 2017-05-19T11:21:19-04:00

Sunglasses do more than keep you from squinting. They also protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet (UV) light, the ultrashort wavelength of light that causes skin damage and sunburn. Studies indicate that long-term exposure to the sun without eye protection can contribute to cataracts, macular degeneration and growths on the eye, including cancer. That’s why we recommend 100% UV-absorbent sunglasses. We have been just as picky about the sunglasses we sell as we have been with the prescription eyeglasses. Come in a try a pair or two on today.

We focus in hard to fit prescriptions too, marrying the right eyewear to the right lens just for you. Bring your prescription in and let us help you find that perfect pair or two of eyeglasses and lenses that will help you see better and look better too!

Gotti sunglasses at EYeCrave Optics - Watertown, NY


Götti eyeglasses are designed in Switzerland and delivered to specialty shops in more than 30 countries. A majority of the 20 employees at headquarters in Wädenswil are trained opticians. Götti does not produce a mass product that can be found on every corner, but is only available in selected specialty shops. These are in shops which, as is the brand itself, are oriented towards exclusive, high-quality products. Therefore, it is only logical that the opticians who choose Götti for their product range are among the best in their respective cities. Out of over 20,000 optical shops in America, only a few hundred have been chosen to carry Götti , including EyeCrave Optics. The collection is produced by leading manufacturers in Germany, Austria and Japan. The ideal production is guaranteed by many years of partnership

Feb31st sunglasses at EyeCrave Optics - Watertown, NY


FEB31st speaks to all those who look for the essence of things, who are able to see reality with an intense and personal look, who wish to look at the beauty of the things around them. A philosophy that draws its strength and inspiration from its roots, its past, its respect for the people and the resources of our planet to look at a future even closer to their dreams and values. For this reason, FEB31st has selected wood, a material that is precious and symbolic, sensual and rich in history, elegant and natural, ancient and modern, to be the interpreter of its utopia, through innovative glasses in which color is one of the main features, which expresses a contemporary sensitiveness that seeks uniqueness in sobriety and marries past and future, in a synthesis of lightness, simplicity and sustainability.

Matsuda sunglasses at EyeCrave Optics - Watertown, NY


Founded in 1967 by Mitsuhiro Matsuda in Tokyo, the Matsuda Brand quickly became one of the most celebrated Japanese fashion houses. The creations are famous for looking to the past for Inspiration, while staying current, and of the moment. In a word: Timeless. All of our eyewear is painstakingly crafted by hand in the artisinal eyewear workshops of Japan, and each Matsuda creation represents over 45 years of design history and heritage. Only the finest materials, including celluloid acetate, titanium, sterling silver, 18K solid gold, and 22.5K gold plating are used in each creation.


OVVO Optics has been present in the U.S. since March 2011. Its history, however, goes back to Europe of the Cold War era. That’s when a group of scientists, who were working on developing a material for spacecraft and military use, fused surgical steel and titanium, achieving an exceptionally light, durable and flexible material that is also hypoallergenic. Inspired by its remarkable qualities, in 1980 the engineers of the company started using this unique composite to make frames for glasses. They are handmade, but manufactured with outstanding precision, mastered by over 30 years of experience. Entirely produced in Germany and Poland, OVVO frames bring exquisite European style and unmatched quality. Weighing barely 0.6 ounces OVVO frames offer unparalleled comfort and unfailing durability. Tests showed that stretched flat frames can hold up to 90 pounds without breaking or wrecking.


Comfort and design are the strong points of Etnia Barcelona glasses. Their exhaustive knowledge of facial features is transferred to each piece, thereby producing some of the most comfortable eyewear in the world. Etnia designs and make our own eyewear, controlling the entire process, from the design of the first drawing to the production of all the components: glasses that are comfortable, that feel good on any face, with the bridge adapted to facial features, with ergonomic temple tips… they like to make and wear good products. Working with the best strategic partners for each piece of a pair of eyeglasses provides Etnia with the most technologically advanced resources: from the highest quality Barberini lens to the design of an intelligent hinge mechanism co-produced with Comotec.

Randolph Engineering sunglasses at EyeCrave Optics- Watertown, NY


Randolph Engineering, Incorporated was founded in 1972. Through determination and a tireless work ethic Randolph Engineering became one of the leading optical tool & die companies in the country.

In the late 1970’s Randolph Engineering started manufacturing Mil-Spec Aviator sunglasses for the United States Air Force as a subcontractor producing in excess of 200,000 sunglasses annually. Randolph won the government bid to become the prime contractor in 1982. By the late 1980’s Randolph had expanded into the commercial sunglass market after civilians learned about the quality of its sunglasses and prescription frames through military channels. Today Randolph remains an iconic brand accelerated by a growing demand for genuine, well-made products with a strong American heritage. Tried and true manufacturing methods are maintained using the machinery and tooling created by the founders.

Oliver Goldsmith sunglasses at EyeCrave Optics - Watertown, NY

Oliver Goldsmith has been a family-run business for over 80 years. Founded in 1926 by P. Oliver Goldsmith, the world of spectacles was about to be revolutionized. Sunglasses gained high profile status during the mid-fifties and a selection of unusual designs started to appear. OG’s were becoming not only a means of protecting eyes from the sun, but also a fashion statement. Dress designers approached Goldsmith to create frames that would complement their seasonal collections.