Everything You Need to Know Before And After You Shop

The Eyewear Industry’s Biggest Secret

It’s hard to find glasses you like that cost less than your car payment. And quite frankly, we think that’s just crazy. You’re likely paying more for a logo or advertising when everything about the glasses – the material, the design, the lens quality – is all pretty similar. Why pay $300 for one pair when you can get eight pair, yes EIGHT!, for the same price?

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You Don’t Have to Spend Hundreds to Look Good. We don’t believe in huge markups. That means you get all the trendy designs and colors, as well as durable and lasting construction, all for an unheard of price. It’s so good you might want to buy more than one pair.

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Eyewear That Fits You Well

Yes, size and shape do matter when it comes to a proper fit.

Our glasses come in three frame sizes: small, medium and large. The frame size is based on the width of the front of the glasses. For those with smaller heads who don’t want an oversized look, choose a small or medium frame. For people with wider faces or wanting a bigger style, check out the medium and large frames.

The Techy Details Behind Sizing

Do you know what those numbers mean on the inside of your glasses?

There are three little numbers on the inside of every pair of glasses. They are usually printed on the inside temples. The first number is the lens width, the second number is the bridge width, and the third number is the temple length. Here’s what they mean and why you should care.

Lens Width

This is the width of each lens. Our small frames are typically less than 51mm, medium frames are approximately 51-57mm, and large frames are 58mm and larger.

Keep in mind that this number alone can be misleading. For example, many cateye shapes physically measure as a larger lens width, but they actually look smaller on the face. So, use the lens width for reference, but this shouldn’t be your only deciding factor in choosing a pair of glasses.

Bridge Width

This is the distance between the lenses. Our bridge widths range from about 16 to 24mm. The bridge width is important to consider if your glasses don’t have adjustable nose pads. If you have a smaller nose or shorter distance between your eyes, choose glasses with a shorter bridge width, around 16-18mm.

Temple Length

This is the length of the arm, what we call a temple. Women typically wear glasses with shorter lengths, between about 135-140 mm. Men’s heads are usually larger, so glasses with temple lengths of 140-145mm are a better fit for them. Remember that temples can always be adjusted to fit more securely on your face.

Customize Your Fit withDo-it-Yourself Adjustments

Don’t worry if your frames don’t fit perfectly right out of the box. Small adjustments can make a big difference. Here’s how to customize the fit of your new glasses.

How to Adjust the Nose Pads:1. Hold the glasses by the bridge between your thumb and forefinger. Do not hold by the frame or lenses.

2. Gently pull apart the nose pads. It’s important that you find the sweet spot so that the frames will sit comfortably on the bridge of your nose. Try not to do this too often, or you will wear down the metal.
How to Adjust the Temples: 1. You need to make the temples easier to bend without breaking. Do this by soaking the temples in warm water for 30-60 seconds. Or you can use a blow dryer on a warm (not hot) setting.

2. Gently apply an upward and outward pressure at the end of the temples if you want a more relaxed fit.

3. If the frames are too big and slide down your face, bend the earpiece closer to a 90-degree angle to tighten the fit.

Tips for a Better Fit

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