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    Glasses Size Guide

    What Glasses Fit My Face? Find the perfect glasses fit for your next pair of eyewear here.
    Explore our prescription glasses and sunglasses size guide to find the best fit!

    Our eyewear are each designed with their own unique style, shape and size. From the lens to the bridge to the temples, each of the frame's features play an important part in determining the right frame size for you. Finding the right frame measurements to ensure the best size and fit for your eyewear is simple and easy! When browsing our eyewear collection, you can refer to the size guide below to ensure the best size and fit for you.

    Glasses Size Guide

    What Glasses Fit My Face? Find the perfect glasses fit for your next pair of eyewear here.
    Explore our prescription glasses and sunglasses size guide to find the best fit!

    Our eyewear are each designed with their own unique style, shape and size. From the lens to the bridge to the temples, each of the frame's features play an important part in determining the right frame size for you. Finding the frame measurements to ensure the best size and fit for your eyewear is simple and easy! When browsing our eyewear collection, you can refer to the size guide below to ensure the best size and fit for you.


    Frame Dimensions


    Frame Dimensions


    Typically, the standard dimensions (mm) engraved on the inside temples of an eyewear are the lens width, bridge width and temple length in the following form:

    • Lens Width – Bridge width – Temple length

    At Kraywoods, you can find the frame dimensions for each style in the size guide section. For every pair of eyewear, we have indicated the lens width, lens height, bridge width, temple length, and total frame width. These detailed measurements will allow you to assess the exact fit of the frame.

    To make eyewear sizing as easy as possible, we have categorized our frames into three sizes:

    • Small - Medium - Large

    How To Size Your Frame


    Typically, the standard dimensions (mm) engraved on the inside temples of an eyewear are the lens width, bridge width and temple length in the following form:

    Lens Width - Bridge width – Temple length

    At Kraywoods, you can find the frame dimensions for each style in the size guide section. For every pair of eyewear, we have indicated the lens width, lens height, bridge width, temple length, and total frame width. These detailed measurements will allow you to assess the exact fit of the frame.

    To make eyewear sizing as easy as possible, we have categorized our frames into three sizes:

    Small - Medium - Large


    How To Size Your Frame


    Lens Width

    The Lens width represents the horizontal width of the frame's lens at its widest point. Generally ranges from 40mm to 60mm

    The Lens width represents the horizontal width of the frame's lens at its widest point.

    Generally ranges from 40mm to 60mm

    Bridge Width

    The bridge width represents the distance between the lenses, where your bridge of the frames rests on your nose. Generally ranges from 14mm to 25mm

    The bridge width represents the distance between the lenses, where your bridge of the frames rests on your nose.

    Generally ranges from 14mm to 25mm

    Temple Length

    The Temple Length represents the length of the frame's temples from the frame hinge to the tip, including the bend that rests behind your ear. Generally ranges from 120mm to 150mm

    Frame Width

    The Frame Width represents the entire horizontal width of the frame, from the furthest extended point to either side. This measurement will not be printed on the temple's arm. You can find the frame width measurement indicated in the size guide section of each style.

    Lens Height

    The Lens Height represents the vertical width of the frame's lens at its widest point. For progressive prescription lenses, the lens height must be at least 30 mm. Generally ranges from 25mm to 50mm

    Lens Width

    The Lens width represents the horizontal width of the frame's lens at its widest point.

    Generally ranges from 40mm to 60mm

    The Lens width represents the horizontal width of the frame's lens at its widest point. Generally ranges from 40mm to 60mm.

    Bridge Width

    The bridge width represents the distance between the lenses, where your bridge of the frames rests on your nose.

    Generally ranges from 14mm to 25mm

    The bridge width represents the distance between the lenses, where your bridge of the frames rests on your nose. Generally ranges from 14mm to 25mm.

    Temple Length

    The Temple Length represents the length of the frame's temples from the frame hinge to the tip, including the bend that rests behind your ear.

    Generally ranges from 120mm to 150mm

    The Temple Length represents the length of the frame's temples from the frame hinge to the tip, including the bend that rests behind your ear. Generally ranges from 120mm to 150mm.

    Frame Width

    The Frame Width represents the entire horizontal width of the frame, from the furthest extended point to either side.

    This measurement will not be printed on the temple's arm. To calculate the frame width, add the lens width of each lens to the bridge width. (Lens Width x 2 + Bridge width)

    The Frame Width represents the entire horizontal width of the frame, from the furthest extended point to either side. This measurement will not be printed on the temple's arm. You can find the frame width measurement indicated in the size guide section of each style.

    Lens Height

    The Lens Height represents the vertical width of the frame's lens at its widest point. For progressive prescription lenses, the lens height must be at least 30 mm. Generally ranges from 25mm to 50mm.


    How to Measure Your Pupillary Distance (PD)


    What is Pupillary Distance


    The pupillary distance (PD) refers to the distance (mm) between the center of each of your pupils and indicates the optical center of your eyes. This measurement is used to determine where you look through the lens of your glasses to ensure that your prescription is properly centered for the clearest and most accurate vision. The average adult’s PD is between 54-74 mm, and the average kids' PD is between 43-58 mm. Your eye doctor will usually measure your PD during an eye exam. However, if it was not given to you, you can measure it yourself by following the 4 steps below.

    How To Measure Your PD


    1. Find a millimeter ruler for measurements and stand 8 in. away from a mirror.
    2. Hold the ruler horizontally against the bridge of your nose and line up the center of your left pupil with the 0 line of the ruler. You can now measure the distance between your pupils!
    3. While looking straight ahead, measure the distance from the center of your left pupil to the center of your right pupil.
    4. Repeat these steps 2 to 3 times for accuracy and use an average for your final measurement.

    Finding The Perfect Frame


    In order to find the best fit for your next pair of glasses, you can either refer to the dimensions indicated on a pair you already own that fits you well or measure the dimensions of the desired frame to your face. When referring to the dimensions on a pair of glasses you already own, you may allow a variation of 2 to 3 mm for each measurement. To evaluate the fit of your desired frame, measure the width of the frame to your face at eye level with a millimeter ruler while standing in front of a mirror. For optimal comfort, the frame width of your glasses should be slightly wider than your face.

    How to Measure Your
    Pupillary Distance (PD)


    What is Pupillary Distance


    The pupillary distance (PD) refers to the distance (mm) between the center of each of your pupils and indicates the optical center of your eyes. This measurement is used to determine where you look through the lens of your glasses to ensure that your prescription is properly centered for the clearest and most accurate vision. The average adult’s PD is between 54-74 mm, and the average kids' PD is between 43-58 mm. Your eye doctor will usually measure your PD during an eye exam. However, if it was not given to you, you can measure it yourself by following the 4 steps below.

    How To Measure Your PD


    1. Find a millimeter ruler for measurements and stand 8 in. away from a mirror.
    2. Hold the ruler horizontally against the bridge of your nose and line up the center of your left pupil with the 0 line of the ruler. You can now measure the distance between your pupils!
    3. While looking straight ahead, measure the distance from the center of your left pupil to the center of your right pupil.
    4. Repeat these steps 2 to 3 times for accuracy and use an average for your final measurement.

    Finding The Perfect Frame


    In order to find the best fit for your next pair of glasses, you can either refer to the dimensions indicated on a pair you already that fits you well or measure the dimensions of the desired frame to your face. When referring to the dimensions on a pair of glasses you already own, you may allow a variation of 2 to 3 mm for each measurement. To evaluate the fit of your desired frame, calculate the total width of the frame (Eye size x 2 + Bridge width) and measure it to your face at eye level with a millimeter ruler. For optimal comfort, the frame width of your glasses should be slightly wider than your face.

    Shop By Size


     

     

     

     

    Small Size - Frame Width

    120 mm - 135 mm

    Slim FIt

    110-123mm

    Classic FIt

    124-129mm

     

     

     

     

    Medium Size - Frame Width

    136 mm - 142 mm

    Slim FIt

    130-140mm

     

     

     

     

    Large Size - Frame Width

    143 mm - 155mm

    Small Size - Frame Width

    120 mm - 135 mm

    Medium Size - Frame Width

    136 mm - 142 mm

    Large Size - Frame Width

    143 mm - 155 mm

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