What is the standard size of Ray-Ban Aviators?
RB3025 58 Eyesize The Aviator 58 Eyesize is considered a “Standard” size by Ray-Ban.
How do I know what size my Ray-Ban Aviators are?
Most of our sunglasses and eyeglasses have the size measurement printed on the inside of the left temple (the piece that goes behind your ear). This usually consists of three numbers – sometimes only the first two are printed – similar to this: 50 20 150.
Should aviators be oversized?
How should aviator sunglasses fit? Aviator sunglasses are supposed to project a cool, relaxed image. In order to pull this off, you want the sunglasses to sit comfortably on your face. The lenses should be large enough to cover your eyebrows, but not so big as to look comical.
How do I find my Ray-Ban style number?
The model number on a pair of genuine Ray-Ban sunglasses will be found inside the left temple arm of the sunglasses . It will start with RB and be clearly etched and properly centred and aligned with the arm.
What does 58mm mean for sunglasses?
When the sunglass size is indicated as “58mm”, this refers to the width of one of the lenses in the sunglasses. Above you see an image and the size “58mm” is measurement “A”, or the width of one of the lenses at it’s widest point.
Do all Ray-Bans have RB etching?
All new Ray-Bans have a “RB” etched onto one lens (check the far left side of the left lens). On fakes the etching will either be missing or of poor quality. Vintage Ray-Bans might have a “BL” marking to denote the brands original owners Bausch & Lomb, but if you’re buying new then look for the RB logo etching.
What do fake Ray-Bans look like?
Ray-Ban places one prominent logo on the upper right (your left) lens, and one subtle “RB” etching on the left (your right) lens. On fakes, the logo will look blurry, be out of place, or even scratch off.
Should aviators touch forehead?
Your eyelashes should not be able to touch the lenses. Your aviators are too small if they sit that close to your eyes! Aviators typically cover the eyebrows. This makes sense for sunglasses that were designed to cover the entire eye socket.
How do you read Ray-Ban size?
Size Guide : How do I find the frame size of my Ray-Ban glasses?
- The width or diameter of the lens is the first number (52-18-140)
- The bridge width is the distance between the two lenses (52-18-140) Bridge.
- The 3rd number of the sequence is the length of the temples (52-18-140) Temple.