We want you to have the best fitting frames for your face. So we created this guide to help you better understand widths, measurements, and how certain frames complement different face shapes.
 
Frame Widths
Hey, every face is different. So we’ve made our sunglasses and eyeglasses available in a range of widths to help you look your best.
Narrow
Fits best with a slim or narrow face shape.
Medium
Fits best with a standard or average face width.
Wide
Fits best with a wider or more broad face shape.
Extra-Wide
Fits best with an especially wide face shape.
Narrow
Fits best with a slim or narrow face shape.
Medium
Fits best with a standard or average face width.
Wide
Fits best with a wider or more broad face shape.
Extra-Wide
Fits best with an especially wide face shape.
 
Face Shapes
We all have different face shapes - and that’s a good thing! Select your face shape and see which frames work best with your unique features.
ROUND
SQUARE
DIAMOND
HEART
You have a soft jawline and wider cheeks. Square, angular frames will give you balance and definition.
You have a soft jawline and wider cheeks. Square, angular frames will give you balance and definition.
 
Frame Measurements
In eyewear, there’s three numbers that matter for measurements. Here’s a closer look at what they mean.
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In eyewear, there’s three numbers that matter for measurements. Here’s a closer look at what they mean.


• The first number in the sequence refers to the width of the lens in millimeters.

• The second number in the sequence refers to the width of the bridge in millimeters.

• The third number in the sequence refers to the length of the temple in millimeters.
• The first number in the sequence refers to the width of the lens in millimeters.

• The second number in the sequence refers to the width of the bridge in millimeters.

• The third number in the sequence refers to the length of the temple in millimeters.
 
 
Lens Categories
Our lenses come in four categories of protection, from average conditions to ultra-sunny days on the water. The transmission percentage is how much light the lens lets through. Lens category ratings can be found in the fit guides on each product page.
0 = very limited (80-100% transmission)

1 = restricted (43-80% transmission)

2 = good (18-43% transmission)

3 = high protection (8-18% transmission)

4 = very high protection, not suitable for use in traffic (3-8% transmission)
 
 
Try Them On
When it comes to fit, you need to see (and love) how they look on you - whether you do it from your computer or at the local shop.
Virtual Try On
See how our frames look on you without leaving the couch. It’s fast, easy, and fun. Look for the ‘Virtual Try On’ button when browsing styles.
Find A Retailer
Nothing beats the real deal. Use our store locator to try on frames at a RAEN retailer near you.