How to check the size of your frame
You can find the size of the frame by calculating Centre Distance. So how does that work:
Every product we offer in the web store has as reference to its size. You will find it in the description next the product picture.
Lets say its 55/15-140. In our example 55 refers to the LW (width of the glass lens) and 15 is the DBL (distance between lenses) which together adds up to 70. All measurements are in millimeters. We use these measurements to find the CD (Centre Distance) in order to give a size reference. In our example 70 CD is equivalent to a size Large. You can look up the equivalent sizes in the CD chart below.
The third number in our example stands for TL (temple length) and describes the length of arms which sit to the sides of the head and rest on the ears. Since we work with acetate in our temple endings the length of the temples for all our frames is adjustable. Your local optician can easily adjust them for you for a perfect fit.*
*Please be aware that some opticians can charge a fee for this service.