Our sizes describe the measurement from hinge to hinge. We recommend taking a ruler and placing it close to your eye height. Measure from temple to temple or hairline to hairline. You may also measure a pair of glasses you currently own and then compare that size to pairs you like on Readers.com.
Very Narrow - 4.84” (123mm) or less
Narrow - 4.84”-5.07” (124mm-129mm)
Average - 5.11”-5.34” (130mm-136mm)
Wide - 5.37”-5.51” (137mm-140mm)
Very Wide - 5.55” (141mm) or more
We measure all our glasses in-house and each pair of glasses is only manufactured in the size that you see offered on the site. Once you click on a pair you like, you will see Item Details to the right of the glasses image. Just below the Item Details, you will see the dimensions. For example, if the glasses say Medium Fit, they will come in that one size only. You may filter your product selections on the category pages at any time by selecting your size in the filtering options located on the left-hand side of the screen.For more information on glasses parts, including where the hinges on your glasses are located, take a look at our Glasses Diagram
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