Your aviators should fit your face shape — not so large that they draw attention themselves but not so small that they look strange or intimidating. Moreover, aviator sunglasses should not slide down your nose. Make sure the temple arms don’t scrape or irritate your ears.
Use the eye/lens size to determine the best frame size. The eye size is typically going to be the most important size for identifying how a pair of sunglasses will look. The eye size number measures the width of the lens, measured from the bridge, in millimeters.
|Frame & Aviator Size||SportRx Frame Width||Temple Length|
|RB3025 Aviator 55 Eyesize||130||135|
|RB3025 Aviator 58 Eyesize||136||135|
|RB3025 Aviator 62 Eyesize & RB3026 Aviator II||140||140|
|RJ9506S Junior Aviator 50 & 52 Eyesize||117 / 122||120 / 125|
How should aviator sunglasses fit? Aviator sunglasses are supposed to project a cool, relaxed image. In order to pull this off, you want the sunglasses to sit comfortably on your face. The lenses should be large enough to cover your eyebrows, but not so big as to look comical.
52mm is the smallest and the lens “tilts” the most. 55mm is the standard fit and will fit most adults just fine.
“Large” – This is the biggest size that the Ray-Ban Aviator RB3025 sunglasses come in, at a width of 62mm lens. Therefore, is considered the “large” size. The 62mm size is not available across all colours for this model.Jul 9, 2015
|Small||Below 48 mm||Below 55mm|
|Medium||48 mm- 55 mm||56 mm- 64 mm|
|Large||Above 55 mm||Above 64 mm|
The frame should fit snugly on your ears and nose. They shouldn’t pinch, squeeze or slide down. The weight of the sunglasses should be evenly distributed between your nose and ears. You shouldn’t have indents on your nose when you take them off.
The 50mm is a small / medium, and the 54mm is considered a large.
The first two numbers represent the width of the lens (51 means a lens width of 51 mm.) The second two numbers are the distance be- tween the bridge, the area between the two lenses that arches over the nose (17 means a DBL of 17 mm.) The last four numbers of the order number (3011) are the color.
The fast app navigation system allows you to compare glasses and inspect how they fit your face. Whether you wear glasses lower on the nose as mini shades or as full eye cover, Ideofit app allows you to place the frame exactly how you would wear them in real life.
|Small||50mm and below||55mm and below|
|Large||55mm and above||65mm and above|
Eyeglasses come in a variety of sizes. Several sizes will fit one person but it is important to be as accurate as possible to ensure a good fit. Eyeglasses are measured in three sizes, each reflecting a different part of the frame.
The vast majority of glasses display the measurements somewhere on the frame. More often than not, you’ll find these numbers on the inside of the temple arms. The numbers, in order (from left to right), will refer to your current glasses lens width, followed by bridge width and the length of your temple.
(W) is for Western Nose Bridge, best for a larger, wider fit around the nose. Designed for those with a higher nose bridge. This typically fits the average nose in the US/Europe/UK. (E) is for EasternNose Bridge, best for a smaller, narrower fit around the nose.
Round Face: Eyeglass frames that are square or rectangular tend to be wider than a round face. This quality can enhance your face by making it appear slimmer and longer, adding balance to your round features. … Oval or round eyeglasses will balance and add a thinner appearance to the angles of a square face.
While aviators are easy to pull off by nearly everyone, there are some do’s and don’ts to make the most of your look. You don’t want to throw off your style with an outfit that doesn’t match your sunglasses.
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