Polarized Sunglasses for Women

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These polarized sunglasses for women are both elegant and excellent in quality, providing comfort for any special occasion. The lightweight design adds to the charm and attractiveness, making it a must-have in any woman's wardrobe. They also make for a thoughtful gift for loved ones. Also protect your eyes in style with our Polarized Sunglasses for Women. Made with TAC lens material, these sunglasses block 100% of UV rays for superior eye protection. Designed to flatter various face shapes, they are perfect for all-day wear. Stay safe and stylish with our polarized sunglasses.
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Item Type: Eyewear
Eyewear Type: Sunglasses
Style type: Butterfly
Style:: Many Fashion Colors, And Classic Shape Are Suitable For Any Age And For Any Shape Face.
Gender: Women
Element type: Trendy and fashionable
Model Number: ZS2204
Lenses Material: Polaroid
Lenses Material:: Polaroid TAC Resin
Lens Feature:: These polarized sunglasses are made of TAC lens material that blocks 100% UV rays for superior eye protection.
Lenses Optical Attribute: Polarized/Anti-reflective/UV400
Lens Height: 48mm
Lens Width: 55mm
Frame Length: 140mm
Nose Bridge: 19mm
Temple Length: 145mm
Frame Feature:: Stylish Comfortable And Not Easily Scratches
Season:: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Usage :Driving/Shopping/Travel/Outdoor,/Sports
Suitable for face shape:: Round face, Long face, Square face, Oval

Choosing the right size

A-You don't have any pair of glasses to compare

How do I know my size in sunglasses?
You can measure the distance between your temples to find the perfect sunglass size for your face. Start by looking into a mirror and then placing a straight ruler so it is lined up with each temple. Measure the distance across your face, from one temple to the other. That distance is the best frame size for your face.

B-Already have a pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses that fit you well with numbers printed on the inside of the temple arm.

If you already have a pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses that fit you well, you’re already a step ahead of the game. Most glasses have three numbers (separated by spaces or dashes) printed on the inside of the temple arm.
They will look like this: 49-19-145 (although the numbers will vary depending on the measurements of each pair of glasses).
These are the frame dimensions, and they’re expressed in millimeters. From left to right, here’s what these numbers refer to:
#1: LENS WIDTH
If you see a pair of glasses online that are listed as 52 mm, for example, you might be wondering, “What does 52 mm mean in sunglasses?” This number refers to the horizontal width of each lens, measured at its widest part. This does not include the frame itself—just the clear lens that you look through.
Lens width typically ranges from 40 mm to 60 mm. Those who wear sunglasses for small faces are best suited to a smaller lens width, while those with larger faces are best suited to a larger lens width.
#2: BRIDGE WIDTH
This measures the shortest span between the two lenses. It’s the part that goes across the bridge of your nose and typically ranges from 14 mm to 24 mm.
If you have close-set eyes or a relatively narrow nose, you’ll want glasses with a smaller bridge width (lower number). Conversely, if you have wide-set eyes or a wider nose, you’ll want glasses with a larger bridge width (higher number).
Choosing a suitable bridge width will ensure that your sunglasses or glasses sit comfortably and securely on your nose without sliding up or down.
#3: TEMPLE LENGTH
This measures the length of the temples (or “arms”) of your glasses—from the hinge to the tip of the temple. It typically ranges from 120 mm to 150 mm.
Choosing the right temple length is important, as it ensures the arms are long enough to extend behind your ears, without protruding too far out.
Note: On some glasses, a fourth number will be noted on the temple. This is your lens height, which refers to the vertical height of the lenses at the widest part.
This measurement typically isn’t required, but may be helpful if you’re getting multifocal or progressive lenses, as these types of glasses require a certain amount of space to accommodate the different visual zones.

C-Already have a pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses that fit you well but not numbers printed on the inside of the temple arm.

If you have a pair of well-fitting glasses, but the measurements aren’t printed on the temple arm or they’ve rubbed off, don’t worry. You can measure your frame dimensions yourself using a millimeter ruler or fabric measuring tape.

Here’s how to measure the following dimensions:
Lens width: Measure horizontally across the widest part of one lens. Don’t include the frame—just the clear lens that you look through. 
Bridge width: Measure the shortest span between the two lenses.
Temple length: This measurement requires two parts. First, measure the temple (or “arm”) from the frame’s hinge to the point where it starts to curve. Then, measure from the curve to the tip of the temple arm. Add these two numbers together to get your temple length.
Lens height: Measure one lens vertically at its tallest point. For multifocal or progressive lenses, the lens height must be at least 30 mm.
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Delivery to Spain typically takes 20 to 25 business days
Delivery to Sweden typically takes 20 to 30 business days
Delivery to Switzerland typically takes 20 to 25 business days
Delivery to Turkey typically takes 20 to 25 business days
Delivery to United Kingdom typically takes 20 to 25 business days

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