Note: Not all designs are available in every size. This shouldn't pose a big problem, as your favourite frames can deviate up to ± 2 mm from your current width. Our filter automatically takes this into account and will present you with all the frames with a width of up to 2mm smaller or larger than the entered measurements. In the case of sunglasses, the scope is even wider as they generally tend a bit bigger.
If you wear angular frames with a width of 138 mm, you can rest assured that pretty much all angular glasses with a width of 136 - 140mm will fit comfortably.
If the width of my glasses width noted on my frames?
Unfortunately not. Unlike with shoes and shoe sizes, the width of a pair of glasses is not written on the frames. The width must be measured with a ruler. However, there are three distinct measurements noted in mm on the frames by many manufacturers, e.g. "55 □ 18 145" (frame width □ bar width). These measurements can also be found at Mister Spex at the bottom of each product page.
Do I wide or narrow frames suit me?
The following models would fit, although they are wider than your current glasses:
The following models would fit, although they are narrower than your current glasses: