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Aviators

The Ray-Ban Aviator line was originally designed for pilots in 1936 by Bausch & Lomb, that is where the name "Aviator" originated for this line. It is designed to cover two to three times the size of the eyeball and the lens is slightly convex. Convex meaning it bulges out slightly away from the face helping the lens cover the range of the eyes in the most effective way.




Glasses Size Guide

If you already own a pair of glasses and they fit you well, you could check the ones you have to see a rough idea of the size you are needing or if you saw something in a store you liked, just write down the size if it fit you well.

Usually, the size is written in 3 consecutive numbers, the first 2 numbers are 2 digits and the last a 3 digit number, this is usually on the inside of the temples, like this 58-16-145

All measurements are in millimeters. It only has the numbers on the frames, but it'll be like this 58mm-16mm-145mm

The first number is always the eye size (width of one lens) so the lens size would be 58mm

The second is the bridge (nose part) width, so the bridge would be 16mm

The third is the temple length, this is the total length if it were straighten out, as all glasses are bent near the end to wrap around your ear. So the temple length is 145mm