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Size guide

Choosing the right eyewear can be a complex process.

Sunglasses size are identified with the caliber, the nose bridge and the temple length which is very important when selecting your style to experience comfort and an optimal fit.

If you already own a pair of glasses, you’ll find numbers engraved on the inside of the eyewear temple. These numbers indicate the following:

The first number is the model name, followed by the lens width and bridge width. There is usually a third number that represents the temple length, or the measurement of the 'arms' of your frame.

Each of these numbers is measured in mm.

In our website, the caliber information is included in the product description section. If you see the caliber has an approximate measurement with one of your personal sunglasses, the style will probably fit perfectly your face.



PD stands for Pupillary Distance, which is the measurement from the center of one pupil to the center of the other. Your PD is an important factor and tells you where you look through the lens of your glasses and should be as accurate as possible. For people with strong prescription, this is especially important. You can normally find your PD on your prescription. Generally speaking, the PD numbers for adults stays the same. The average PD range for adults is 57-72 mm and for kids is about 43-58 mm.