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Your Guide to
Fit and Comfort

Start with Frame Width

Our frame sizes are based on the frame front width, measured in millimeters. Here are two ways to determine your frame size.

Measure your current pair

Measure horizontally across the entire front of the frame. Include any hinge pieces that stick out on the sides. 

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Use frame cutouts

Print and cut out different frame sizes for adults and kids to determine your size range.

Print Cutouts
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Measuring in inches?

Convert your inch measurement to millimeters here and use our size chart to find your size.

Shop by Frame Size

Start with your size to find a pair that is uniquely you.

Shop by Specialty Fit

Every face is unique. Our specialty sizes give you the comfort you need.

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Narrow Fit

Frames with a narrow width and shorter temple arms for smaller faces.

Narrow fit frames
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Extended Fit

Wider frames with longer temple arms to fit comfortably on larger faces.

Extended fit frames

Kids Glasses

Because kids are kids, we offer durable styles that can stand up to serious play, at a price that won’t break the bank if a pair gets lost.

Durable Frames

Shop our top-rated, kid-tested frames based on durability, fit, and comfort.

durable frames
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Find Your Comfort Zone

To get the most comfortable glasses, you can filter your search with the following features.

Lightweight

From titanium to TR90 to thin acetate, we offer many stylish, lightweight frame options for all-day comfort.

lightweight frames
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Universal Bridge Fit

This special nose bridge is designed to fit most faces, including those with low nose bridges.

universal bridge frames
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Nose Pads

Adjustable silicone nose pads are great for those with very narrow noses or a low bridge.

Spring Hinges

Flexible spring hinges offer greater temple arm comfort. Great for kids’ glasses!

Psst...Your PD Matters!

For prescription glasses, you’ll need to know your pupillary distance (PD), the distance between your pupils. If you don’t have your PD from your eye doctor, you can measure it yourself.

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Try It On!

Use our 3D Virtual Try-On feature to see how any frame will look on you before you buy.

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