Eyewear industry leader, ClearVision Optical, introduces new Junction City styles. At the crossroads of fashion and affordability lies Junction City. Inspired by the excitement of city culture, Junction City brings a “cool factor” to eyewear illustrated through graphic patterns, contemporary shapes and vivid pops of color. Interesting designs and color combinations further add to the collection’s flair for the unexpected. A private label brand, Junction City offers affordable eyewear to men and women ages 24 to 40 with its collection of on trend, fashionable and accessible looks.
El Monte – A bold square eye shape with a double bridge gives El Monte a modern twist. Featuring tooled hardware temple accenting, the edgy men’s look is available in Blue Navy and Pewter.
Fairmount Park – This fashionable men’s acetate frame features a prominent a rectangle eye shape and bold laminate acetate materials. With an artistic temple design and custom hinge, Fairmount Park is available in Black Olive and Brown Laminate.
Tilden Park – Full of flair, Tilden Park is fashionable, women’s acetate frame in a modified butterfly eye shape. Featuring bold horn and bright laminate acetate materials. Tilden Park is offered in all-over Berry and Tortoise Pink.
Vancouver – Lightweight and durable, Vancouver features bold, uniquely pierced front and temple designs giving this stainless steel frame an urban splash. Its attitude is balanced out with bright jewel-tone colors of Raspberry and Teal Blue for the perfect panache.
Founded in 1949, ClearVision Optical is an award-winning leader in the optical industry, designing and distributing eyewear and sunwear for top brands, such as BCBGMAXAZRIA, Cole Haan, Ellen Tracy, IZOD, Marc Ecko Cut & Sew Eyewear, Ocean Pacific, Jessica McClintock and Fisher-Price®. ClearVision’s house brands include ClearVision Collection, Junction City and Digit. A privately held company, ClearVision is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York and has more than 250 associates throughout the U.S. ClearVision’s collections are distributed throughout North America and 20 countries around the globe.