FRAME SIZE GUIDE
Determining frame size
If you have a comfortable pair of glasses, please find the size by reading the label within your frame or you can measure the lens width, bridge width, and temple length.
Depending on the style of frames you choose, you can often go up or down 1-2 millimeters and still enjoy a good fit.
Size & Fit
You can also use a standard credit card to determine the correct size and fit of your frames.
Step 1: Hold the card vertically, lining up the edge of the card with the center of your nose.
Step 2: Determine your eye size (Small, Medium, or Large).
The card is much wider than your eye. Size is small.
The card's width covers the distance from the middle of your nose to the end of your eye. Size is medium.
The distance from the middle of your nose to the end of your eye is greater than the width of the card. Size is large.
Lens Width & Frame Size
|Small||Below 48 mm||Below 55 mm|
|Medium||48 mm- 55 mm||56 mm- 64 mm|
|Large||Above 55 mm||Above 64 mm|
Tip: Medium size suits 95% of adult faces.
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The tables below are an approximate guide so that you can obtain the right size glasses for your child.
|Child's Age (Years)||Frame Size|
|0 - 1||35 to 37|
|1 - 2.5||37 to 38|
|2.5 - 4||40 to 42|
|4 - 7||43 to 45|
|7 - 10||45 to 47|
|10 - 16||47 to 52|
|Child's Pupil Distance (mm)||Frame Size|
|42 to 48||37 to 38|
|48 to 52||40 to 42|
|53 to 55||43 to 45|
|56 to 58||45 to 47|
|58 to 62||47 to 52|