NYS Collection Eyewear offers a full range of style for every age, budget, lifestyle, and personality. Fueled by our entrepreneurial spirit, we are committed to high-quality, handcrafted sunglasses. Our eyewear reflects the latest fashion and technology trends.

We stand by the uniqueness of our brand and the high level of quality we offer at an affordable price.


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    Choose Type of Lens

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    *Lens Type

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    Enter Prescription


    *Doctor's Name





    *Upload Prescription Image

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    Enter Pupillary Distance (PD)

    What does this mean?
    Your PD is the distance between your pupils in millimeters.  If the prescription lenses are not set at the same distance as the distance between your eyes an unwanted prism is induced which may cause eyestrain. In lower prescriptions the amount of prism induced is usually of little consequence and will not cause eyestrain.  Your eye doctor should have your PD on file and be able to provide same to. In the alternative, it’s easily measured by following these steps:
    • Download a PD Ruler, or use a ruler that has millimeter measurements. You can also use a ruler with centimeter measurements and simply multiply the result by 10 to get your millimeter measurement.
    • Stand about 8 inches (20 cm) away from a well-lit mirror with your face parallel and square to the mirror. Hold the ruler just below your eyes, keeping it exactly horizontal.
    • Close your left eye and align the ruler's zero (0) measurement to the center of your right pupil.
    • Without moving your head or the ruler, open your left eye and close your right eye. Read the millimeter line that lines up with the center of your left pupil. This is your PD measurement.*
    • Repeat these steps at least 3 to 5 times to get an accurate and consistent measurement. Make sure your head and the ruler do not move after lining up the zero (0) measurement with your right pupil until you note your measurement. Ask a friend to help if you are having trouble.
    • *Note: These instructions are for getting your Distance PD measurement. If you require prescription bifocal glasses then you will also need your "Near PD", which is calculated by subtracting 3mm from this Distance PD measurement.

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    Lens Options



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    Select Strength

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