A Traditional Frame Bridge Design

Classically designed for a variety of facial shapes, a traditional bridge incorporates little details — making it one of our favorite frames. Bridge width is the distance between the lenses from the inside rim across the frame. This value is indicated on the frame legs.

Low Bridge Fit

If you have a low nose bridge, frames with a bridge below the browline and curved bowlines will look fantastic. We recommend keyhole bridge frames, find our low bridge frames here.

Metal Bridge and Acetate Wire

New designs featuring cat-eye or oval shapes are the height of fashion now. They're made with acetate rim and a single thin or thick round metal bridge. There are endless possibilities for colors, textures, and patterns. With a durable stainless steel or memory bridge, these solid bridges eliminate nose pads and guard arms. They mimic the fit and feel of plastic frames while providing all the advantages of a metal one. These are perfect for unique, retro-vintage and hipster people.

Short and Straight Bridge

If you have a high nose bridge, aim for frames with a bridge in line or close to the browline. Short and straight bridge frames hug all the right places feeling great. Nose pads should rest on the sides of the nose and not directly on the slope in between the eyes. Designers use larger nose pads to ensure the frame sits with zero tension and slipping.

Double Bridge

The classic double bridge aviator style meets the 21st century. This style features flat or curved metal bridges or a grandpa-style plastic profile. Diverse mirrored or gradient tinted lenses give you countless choices to craft your look.