In 2008, in response to the lead paint issue with toy imports from China, Congress passed the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), which requires that children's consumable products pass mandatory U.S. safety standards. While sunglasses are not subject to CPSIA regulations, all Cliff Weil children's sunglasses meet CPSIA standards and will continue to do so.



In 1986, California enacted the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, commonly known as Proposition 65. The Act requires businesses to notify California consumers about specific chemicals in their products that are known to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm, usually by way of a product warning label. The presence of these chemicals does not necessarily mean that the products are harmful, but the labeling requirement allows consumers to make informed choices about exposure. All Cliff Weil products containing such chemicals in quantities above safe harbor levels, as determined and published by the State of California, will carry a Proposition 65 warning label. To date, California is the only state with this requirement. For more information about this law, visit the official website.



Attention: Ready-to-wear non-prescription glasses are not intended to replace prescribed corrective lenses or examinations by an eye care professional. Continuous eye check-ups are necessary to determine your eye health status and vision needs.

If you have experienced a vision loss, the selection of reading glasses should not take the place of an eye exam.

Reading glasses (also referred to as magnifiers) are not intended to be a substitute for corrective lenses; only a professional eye examination can determine your eye health status and vision needs.