Remember those old pilot glasses, really googles.
They have the slits on the side of the temples, really round lenses and almost horn rimmed.
This was the forerunner of the regular aviator frames. Here we go this is the modern version of with a few more details like the rounded flat temple ends and adjustable nose pads for comfort.
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- MATERIAL -
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- HINGE TYPE -
FREE WITH EVERY FRAME
- ANTI- REFLECTIVE COATING
- UV COATING
- MICROFIBER CLEANING CLOTH
- ANTI- SCRATCH COATING
- PROTECTIVE CASE
How to Measure
Measurements of the Frame and Descriptions. (in millimeters - mm)
Frame Style: Indicates whether the frames is Full Rim, Rimless or Half .Rim
Frame Shape: Indicates the shape of the lenses and frame.
Lenses Type: This would be according to your prescription; bifocal lenses, progressive lenses or single vision lenses. Frame Shape: Indicates the shape of the lenses and frame.
Lenses Width (A) : The width of one lenses, edge to edge, from a frontal view.
Lenses Height (B) : Top to bottom measurement of the lenses from the hightest point to the lowest point.
Bridge Width (C) : Measurement of the space between the two lenses, from the inside edge of the lenses over the bridge(nose) to the inside of the other lenses.
Temple Width (D) : Measurement of the temple arm from the side of the lenses to the end of the earpiece.
Frame Width (E) : The width of the frame from a frontal view, from edge to edge.
Hinge Type (F) : The mechanism that is used to attach the temples to the front frame and the lenses.
**PLEASE NOTE: YOUR FAVORITE PAIR OF GLASSES HAVE THE MEASUREMENTS ON THE INSIDE ARM WHICH MAY BE USED AS YOUR STANDARD FIT **