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Pupillary Distance (PD) is the distance, in millimeters, between the center of one pupil to the center of the other. The PD is needed to manufacture your eyeglasses because it determines the exact optical center of the lens, which is the point where you look through the lens. PD is especially important for manufacturing progressive lenses. Once you have your PD, you can upload your photo to the Frame Fit tool and begin trying on glasses. The Frame Fit tool allows you to see exactly what the glasses look like on you and how well they fit the size and shape of your face. If you don’t have your PD, you can find out how to measure it here.
These frames can only be made in certain prescriptions. This is an approximate range based on the spherical (SPH) value. If you have astigmatism (CYL) in your prescription, this range may be further limited. Please enter your prescription on the order page to check if we can make these sunglasses for you.
Progressive / Bifocal
Bifocal A lens with two fields of vision separated by a line. Generally the top is designated for distance-vision or computer-distance and the bottom for near-vision work such as reading. In a Bifocal lens, the two fields of vision are specifically differentiated by a visible line. The bottom reading area is 28mm wide and is positioned just below the centerline of the lens. The physical position of the bi-focal area will be affected by the physical height of the lens chosen. The total lens height for a Bifocal lens must be 30mm or greater. We recommend a taller lens for more comfortable wear, but 30 mm is the minimum height for a bifocal lens. If the frame chosen has a lens height smaller than 30mm, a different frame must be chosen for Bifocal lenses. Progressive This refers to the lens design which includes multiple fields of vision, without lines, and is sometimes referred to as a "no-line multi-focal". In a progressive lens, the shape of the corrected part of the lens is approximately that of a funnel or a mushroom. In a Standard Progressive, the top portion is for distance-vision, narrowing to the lower middle for intermediate-vision, finally to the bottom portion for the reading-vision. The intermediate and reading areas are expected to be smaller than the distance area. Standard Progressives are the most commonly worn progressive lenses. In a Workspace Progressive, the top portion is for intermediate vision, while the bottom portion is for near-vision or reading; there is no distance vision in a Workspace Progressive. There are 2 types of Workspace Progressives: the Mid-Range Progressive, and the Near-Range Progressive. The Mid-Range Progressive is suitable for near work that involves heavy intermediate vision such as desktop computers and meetings, while the Near-Range Progressive is best for stationary near work such as prolonged reading, hand-held device use, and crafting. The lens height for a progressive lens must be 30mm or greater. We recommend a taller lens for more comfortable wear, but the minimum lens height is 30 mm. If this frame has a lens height smaller than 30mm, a different frame must be chosen for progressive lenses.
Rim: Full Rim
Feature: Universal Fit
Frame Width: 133 mm
Lens Width: 50 mm
Bridge: 13 mm
Temple Length: 135 mm
Lens Height: 34 mm
Frame Weight: 20.00 grams