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Re: Choosing the right Wayfarers for me and possibly Aviator

Post by larumd on Mon Jun 10, 2013 10:53 am

Hello,

Thank you for posting. 50mm is considered small to medium. If you are considering an aviator try the Ray-Ban Aviator Small Metal Sunglasses RB3044. for a smaller wayfafer try the Ray-Ban Junior Wayfarer Sunglasses RJ9035S for Kids.

The best thing to do is go to a sunglasses retailer and take some time to try several styles on. Oblong face shapes tend to look better with long vertical lens shapes. Give it a shot.

As far as the lens tints; sometimes if the lighting is at a certain angle people can see your eyes. You might want a lens with miror coating to prevent that.

Choosing the right Wayfarers for me and possibly Aviators

Post by onewinged37 on Sun Jun 09, 2013 7:41 am

Hey guys I need your help with something. I currently have two pairs of Folding Wayfarers, one in Black and one in Brown, both polarized. They are both measured at 50/22 and I feel like the lenses are too big for my face. is 50 mm a big size? And I'd also like to try aviators but my face is more oblong shaped so I'm worried about them. What should I do? Thanks!


Also: Why do Raybans show your eyes? I always wondered that because my two folding pairs show my eyes and it bothers me.

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