To find the correct replacement lenses for your frame, the most important information is the frame model number or name, and the lens width/eye size measurement. There will be more information available on the temple. Most commonly there is a color code, temple length, and lens category also listed on the temple. But, there can be even more information than that! A lot of the time, this extra information is not important to finding replacement lenses.
Frame Type/Model Information
The model of the frame can be words, a series of numbers, or a combination of words and numbers. Different brands give different names to their frames, and the color of the frame may also be included with the model information. In a lot of cases, this is the name you know your sunglasses by! Different brands display their model information differently. Check out the other articles in the Frame Identification section of our help center for more specifics.
The eye size is the horizontal measurement, or the width, of the lenses. The eye size of the lenses is a two-digit number that usually ranges from 40mm to 62mm. The eye size and the bridge size are typically separated by a small square, where the eye size is the number located in front of the square. If you are looking into buying replacement lenses, the eye size is the most important measurement to identify on your frames. Sometimes this number can be rounded by the manufacturer, just to give a general sense of the size. When placing an order for replacement lenses if the number differs by a few decimal points, it should still work!
After you have this information:
You can search FuseLenses.com for your frame name or model number, double-checking the size (in mm) of the lenses you are ordering. In some cases, especially for older sunglasses, there can be multiple variations of frames based on the year or country of manufacture. If you need any help identifying your frame, just reach out to customer service, including the information below.
Our customer service team is happy to help you identify your frames! When you email us, please send a picture or type out all the information that is in the inside temple of your frame.
It may also be helpful to include pictures of the front and sides of your frame to help with verification. This is especially true if you have a frame with many variations or if the model information is worn down.