Low Nose Bridge Glasses
What are Low Bridge Fit glasses?
Low Bridge Fit glasses are glasses that are specifically designed to create a better fit for those with low nose bridges. Here at Felix Gray we extended the nose pads on our most popular acetate frames to create a more comfortable fit for all.
How do I know if Low Bridge glasses are right for me?
Most people are not aware whether their nose bridge is considered high or low. This is a very important first step of your glasses selection. To check if you have a low bridge nose, see if the bridge of your nose begins in line with or below your pupils. If so, you’d likely benefit from one of our Low Bridge Fit styles. Alternatively, if your nose sits higher on your face or you have a high bridge nose, you can probably opt for one of our standard fit frames. To accommodate those with low nose bridges or other low bridge features, we now offer our Low Bridge Fit glasses. The low bridge glasses have extended nose pads to be more comfortable for those with low nose bridges.
The slope of a nose has a large effect on how glasses fit, so it is very important to consider when choosing a pair. However, it is not the only thing to consider. Face shape should also be considered to determine the best frames for you. One top tip is to pick a glasses shape that is the opposite of your face shape. For instance, if you have a more angular face like square or rectangle, then rounder glasses shapes will be the best pair for you. Contrastingly, some face shapes like oval, look good in both round and angular glasses shapes. Use these tips to help you make the choice between low bridge and standard fit and, also, for glasses recommendations.
In addition to being useful for those with low nose bridges, Low Bridge Fit glasses might work if you have a wider face or high cheekbones. This style can prevent the glasses from touching your cheeks, sliding down your nose, or squeezing your nose which can make for an overall better glasses experience. These glasses solve the annoying problems that occur when someone with a low bridge nose wears a pair of standard fit glasses. Our low nose bridge glasses aim to make glasses more comfortable for everyone.
People with a high nose bridge can also wear low nose bridge glasses if they find them comfortable! However, our team has found that after a few hours they can begin to feel uncomfortable for those without a low nose bridge, so that is just something to keep in mind when purchasing a pair of our frames! All of the frames and colors available in the Low Bridge fit are also available in the standard fit. Feel free to search through our different products to find the best glasses shapes and styles for you.
What’s the difference between Low Bridge Fit glasses and Standard Fit glasses?
The main difference between the two styles is the altered nose pads. We did this to ensure that everyone can have a positive and pleasant experience while wearing our frames. It can be annoying to deal with glasses that slide down, pinch your nose, or keep touching your cheeks, so we’re here to help with our low bridge glasses. The nose pads directly affect the fit of the glasses, so that is why we changed the placement of the nose pads to accommodate those with a low nose bridge.
Although there is an important distinction between the two fit styles, there are also similarities between them as well. First of all, the Low Bridge Fit glasses feature the exact same lens material and Blue Light filtering solution. Additionally, they both feature the same Italian acetate frames. All of our German engineered metal frames are also a great fit for those with low nose bridges as well. The low nose bridge glasses frames feature adjustable nose pads that make for easy wearing for everyone.
Why my Low Bridge Fit glasses should also filter Blue Light?
Both our standard fit and the Low Bridge Fit glasses contain the same proprietary Blue Light filtering solution that helps to protect your eyes from impactful Blue Light and reduce the effects of Digital Eye Strain (also known as Computer Vision Syndrome). This Blue Light filtering technology in both types of nose bridge glasses helps eyes to combat the symptoms of Digital Eye Strain in today’s screen-filled world. Those symptoms may include blurry vision, dry or tired eyes, or headaches. Digital Eye Strain can cause several problems but, in today’s world, it can be difficult to avoid. People who need low bridge glasses now have access to Blue Light blocking glasses with our assortment. The Low Bridge Fit glasses were designed with the same signature Felix Gray style and purpose as the standard fit. However, the glasses feature a slightly different structure around the nose in order to help everyone find their perfect pair.
How to order Low Bridge Fit glasses online?
Shopping for glasses online can be a daunting task, but, luckily, we make it easy to order our Low Bridge Fit glasses from the comfort of your home. You can always visit our website and shop through the different frame sizes and view our different product offerings (since we’re always launching new colors and styles). In our Low Bridge Fit optical style, we offer several frames and color ways including Carver, Faraday, Nash, and Roebling. They come in multiple colors with something for everyone! Whether you’re looking for men’s, women’s, or unisex, we have styles that fit all of your needs.
We offer free shipping, returns, and exchanges with our 30-day risk-free return policy. This gives you the chance to get your glasses fast, try them out for a bit, and then decide if they’re the right fit for you! If they’re not, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Customer Experience Team as they would be happy to help recommend a style that’s right for you. Feel free to contact our Customer Experience Team via email, chat, phone, Facebook messenger, Instagram, or Twitter. They can help you with any needs or questions you may have along your purchasing journey.
We offer our glasses in multiple versions for both men and women. There are non-prescription, prescription, readers, sunglasses, and sleep glasses available through our website. All of these varieties come in our low bridge design—even low bridge sunglasses! These sunglasses filter Blue Light to enhance colors to their truest forms. Both the low bridge sunglasses and the standard fit sunglasses also feature a thin polarized lens in order to reduce glare and are designed to work with modern screens. They block 100% of UVA/UVB light as well as including a special Anti-Reflective coating to decrease indirect glare from entering our eyes. The Low Bridge sunglasses are offered in the same frame types as optical including Roebling, Carver, Nash, and Faraday.
Our sleep glasses offer even more Blue Light filtration in order to help you sleep better naturally. Sleep glasses come in the same four Low Bridge Fit styles as the rest of the low bridge collection. The sleep line is a natural way to improve your rest, and it improves your melatonin secretion by two times. Sleep glasses are also available in the prescription variety. To order prescription glasses, you just need to obtain a valid prescription from your doctor and then upload it when placing your order or you can email it to our Customer Experience team after you place your order. You will also need an accurate Pupillary Distance (PD) when ordering prescription lenses. If you do not have this already listed on your prescription, we have a PD tool on our website to help you figure the measurement out accurately. When ordering reading glasses, we offer five different magnified lenses to choose from so you can add the desired lens to your cart during checkout. All of this eyewear whether it be optical, sun, or sleep in the Low Bridge Fit glasses style can be purchased quickly and easily through our website. Sign up for our email list to always be up to date with our ever-expanding wide range of colors and styles, important information, and exclusive offers!
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