Optical Prism July/Aug Issue Vol. 32 No. 3 - Page 40

From top: Nike LAVA EV0818, profile 337 and profile 479; and REVERSE EV0819. child’s eye), but it also ensures that the frames don’t get damaged if a child were to get injured during a game. This brand comes in different shapes and sizes depending on the child’s personal preferences. There are oval, rectangular and round shapes available, and come in colours such as hot pink, electric blue, orange, yellow, black and red. Visit miraflexglasses.com for more information. Swoosh Nike also has a number of eyeglasses available to young athletes. For example, the Ni5516 has a double laminated custom zyl, spring hinges for durability and occipital fit temple design. These frames come in brown, forest green, blue, black and burgundy. The Ni5522 frames are built from a combination of materials including metal temples, acetate fronts and temple tips. It’s designed to appeal to both teens and young-petite adults. Nike designs specialized frames such as Lava and Reverse (stylized with a backwards “R”), which both feature Carl Zeiss lenses and eight base frames for maximum coverage and is perfect for a smaller and larger fit. Reverse is a larger sized youth frame that could also fit small adults. Visit nikevision.com for more information. • 38 O P T I C A L P R I S M | J U LY / A U G U S T 2 0 1 4