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About Pair Eyewear

At Pair, we believe wearing the same thing every day can be dull. Life is short. Change is good. Each day is wonderfully unpredictable, and change is what helps us feel most alive. We invite you to reward your evolving passions, joys, and daily spirit with eyewear thatโ€™s as dynamic as you are.

Our Story

One of our two founders, Nathan, has been a glasses wearer since the age of eight and always found himself bored with his frames. His glasses felt more like a glaring medical device instead of an extension of his personality. With our co-founder Sophia, they interviewed hundreds of kids and adults and found others felt the same. From these conversations, Pair was born!

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Why Glasses are So Expensive

It turns out there is a simple explanation. The eyewear industry is dominated by a single company that has been able to keep prices artificially high, especially in the kids space. By circumventing traditional channels and designing our glasses in-house, weโ€™re able to provide the highest-quality eyewear that kids and adults actually want to wear, at a fraction of the price.

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A Pair, for a Pair

Today, a pair of glasses could help correct the vision of over 200 million children worldwide. We partner with The Eyelliance to provide glasses and vision care to children in the developing world and for every Pair purchased, we will provide glasses to a child in need!

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