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DIY Sizing Chart / Glasses Measurements

Posted on August 12 2018

DIY Sizing Chart / Glasses Measurements

Step 1: Get a pair of glasses you own that fits you well.

If you already have a pair of eyeglasses that fits you well, get them; your glasses should have numbers inside the temple arm, which indicate your current glasses measurements.

EXAMPLE:

If the numbers are 55-16-140, your frame dimensions are:

  • 55 mm lens width 
  • 16mm bridge width 
  • 140 mm temple arm length

You have a leeway of 2-3 mm on each measurement, except for the bridge. Stick to a leeway of just 2 mm on the bridge.

If the size isn’t written on your glasses, we strongly recommend visiting one of our locations to try on the pair of glasses you like to make sure it suits you perfectly or to contact your optometrist to get your latest visit measurements.

 

 

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DIY Frame Measurements & How to Measure Your Pupillary Distance
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