Cascadia Eyewear frames are created in small batches that will not be found in big box stores-- ensuring uniqueness as well as quality.


High prices. Monopolies. One corporation controlling 80% of the eyewear. They are the problem. We are claiming our independence. We do so by using our optical expertise, creativity, and hard work to ​create our eyewear—we are the solution.


​Because we are a small company, we usually make ​no more than 100 of each model, so you can be assured your limited-edition eyewear is as individual as you are.


Of course our competition COULD give you great prices, but their loyalty is to their Shareholders and bottom-line. Because we truly are one of you, our loyalty is to YOU, independent optometrists, ophthalmologists, and opticians. This is evident in not only our quality, style and comfort, but in our honest-pricing.

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We are quality frame WHOLESALERS and our customers are independent optometrists, and ophthalmologists (B2B). Although we don’t sell directly to the public, please click our “where to buy” link OR tell YOUR eye doctor about us!

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