Measure Your Frame
Measure your old glasses can better help you locate the perfect fit from our hundreds of stylish frames. Keep in mind that all these are in millimeters.
It is the horizontal width of each lens at its widest point. It typically ranges from 40 to 60 mm.
This measurement plus lens height determines whether the lenses look big or small on your face.
It is the distance between your two lenses which is the space where your frames fit against your nose. The size of this piece ranges from 14 to 24 mm.
This measurement plus temple length indicates if the glasses will sit stably and comfortably on your face.
It is the distance from each screw to its temple tip, including the bend that sits on your ear. The temple is typically 120 to 150 mm long.
Temple length and bridge width indicate if the glasses will sit stably and comfortably.
It is the vertical height of each lens at the highest point of the lens within the frame. It is vital for bifocals and progressives production.
This and lens width determines whether the lenses look big or small on your face.
It is the horizontal width across the front of the frame from one screw to the other. It is necessary to find out if the frame is wider or narrower than your face.
No more than one finger width between the temple and your face is better.