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February Price Book features Nike Optical

Madeline Karp
by Madeline Karp on February 11, 2019 at 8:39 AM

The February 2019 Price Book features Nike Optical by Marchon®!

Click on the cover image below to view over 100 styles from the Nike Optical collection on Frames Data Online, along with the rest of the Nike brand (remember to log in first).

February 2019 Price Book


February's Price Book also includes:

1,924  New Price Records
1,920  Style Price Changes
49,249  Style Listings






According to Marchon®:

Nike Vision eyewear brings...inspiration and innovation to athletes with product that helps them See Sport Better™....for the athlete in everyone, from lifestyle sunglasses to ophthalmic frames

Check out Nike 4281 (below), which is a pair of metal frames featuring the iconic "just do it" symbol. This style is offered in colors satin black, anthracite, flash lime, and the pictured hyper-jade:

Log into to check out more brands by Marchon®, as well as with countless other frame manufacturers! 
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Madeline Karp
Written by Madeline Karp
A graduate of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ with a degree in Business Economics, Maddie joined the Frames Data team as Product Coordinator before moving to her current position in Marketing. She has past experience as a content editor, and has always enjoyed writing as well as creative design work. This goes hand in hand with one of her favorite hobbies, drawing—animals are her go-to thing to doodle in her free time, especially horses and tigers.
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