ASIAN FIT SUNGLASSES
If you have problems with glasses constantly touching your cheeks or hitting your eyelashes…you should try out asian fit sunglasses. Asian Fit glasses refers to a different type of eyewear fit that prevents any of these fitting issues. This collection is designed for lower or minimal bridges and high cheekbones. Asian fit sizing is also typically called Universal fit, omni fit, and global.
ASIAN FIT FAQS
What problems does asian fit solve?
- Lifts the sunglasses off of your cheek bones
- Properly places the sunglasses on your nose
- Prevents your eyelashes from touching the lenses
The differences between regular fit and asian fit are?
- A thicker nose bridge
- A shorter and wider lens
- A more reduced frame curvature
What are other names for asian fit glasses?
- Omni Fit
- Universal Fit
- Global Fit
What brands sell asian fit?
What asian fit sunglasses are in this video?
What does Oakley MNP mean?
- Oakley now offers 5 different nose bridge options so you can find the perfect fit for you.
- If you end up ordering an Oakley MNP…let us know that you want it sized for asian fit and we will do it for you so it is ready when you get it(:
What products come in asian fit?
- Sunglasses, eyeglasses, goggles
- Prescription sunglasses, eyeglasses, & goggles
- Sport sunglasses, glasses, & goggles
What does an asian fit helmet mean?
- Smith added an asian fit helmet collection
- These helmets come with a little extra foam in the front and in the back to help fill any gaps
- Giving a more snug and secure fit
PRESCRIPTION ASIAN FIT EYEWEAR ONLINE AT SPORTRX
If you don’t know if you should buy asian fit eyewear, the answer is that you probably shouldn’t. If you have a lower and minimal nose bridge and high cheekbones and constantly struggle to find a right fitting frame…try out asian fit! SportRx has a wide variety of brands and products available in a universal fit. Need ’em in prescription? Easy done. SportRx just so happens to specialize in prescription eyewear! For questions or suggestions on which frames are right for you, just contact a certified optician! We are always here any happy to help(: