Brand Spotlight | Hero for Men
“Functional eyewear that lasts” – that’s the promise made by the Hero for Men brand.
But although the range – designed exclusively for men – prides itself on getting these basic and important requirements right, the resulting frames also offer plenty of style and personality that our customers love.
Launched by International Eyewear in 1988, the brand aims to provide something for everyone “from the modern man to the classic gent”.
The diverse designs include both metal and acetate options along with a variety of eye shapes and sizes, using the latest techniques and premium materials to create specs to last.
Read on to find out about some of our favourite Hero for Men frames in stock at Patrick & Menzies at the moment.
These solid frames will show you mean business! A subtle tortoiseshell fleck really lifts the design, adding depth and interest to what is a classic look.
With a pattern that’s akin to delicate wood grain, the intricate design of these acetate frames in natural tones is stylish yet not overstated.
A good pair of metal frames make a great choice for men of all ages. They are practical, stylish and neutral enough to go with so many looks. The Hero for Men brand excels when it comes to metal frames, making these silver specs a popular pick.
Supra glasses are great for accentuating your eyes and creating a sophisticated look. They are lightweight too, making them the perfect choice if you wear specs all day long. We particularly love these supra frames from Hero for Men as they are super sleek and of a timeless design.
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These thin metal frames have universal appeal. The slightly angled shaping takes them a step beyond basic while holding onto the roots of classic design. Great for those who wear glasses but don’t want them to be the central focus of their look.
Check out our range of Hero for Men frames from the comfort of your home.
If you are due a regular check-up or are concerned about your vision or eye health, get in touch today to book an appointment.
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