To help you choose the right glasses for your face, we have included the size in our product details.
Typically, the temples of the glasses on the inside show a series of numbers similar to this: 51–19–144.
Let's see these measures in detail:
Lens width (e.g. 51 mm): indicates the horizontal diameter of the lens at its widest point. The technical term for this measure is "caliber".
Bridge width (e.g. 19 mm): the bridge is the part of the frame that rests on the nose and joins the two lenses together. Bridge measurements generally range between 14 and 24 millimeters.
Shaft length (e.g. 144 mm): The shaft or temple is the support between the front of the glasses and the ears and holds the glasses firmly to your face. The standard lengths for the rods are generally 135, 140 or 145mm.
We have divided the glasses into S, M, L according to the caliber, that is, the width of the lens at the widest point.
Lens less than or equal to 50 mm
Lens between 51 and 54 mm
Lens greater than or equal to 55 mm
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