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Our fit guide

Figure out which pair of Felix Grays look best on you

Frame sizing

Small frames

Turing

Measurements: 45-21-140

Face type: oval, square, oblong, heart

Turing@3x

Roebling

Measurements: 49-18-140

Face type: oval, square, oblong, heart

Roebling@3x

Haro

Measurements: 48-22-140

Face type: oval, round, oblong, heart

Haro@3x

Hamilton

Measurements: 49-21-140

Face type: oval, square, oblong, heart

Hamilton@3x
Medium frames

Nash

Measurements: 49-17-140

Face type: oval, round, oblong

Nash@3x

Carver

50-17-145

Face type: oval, round, oblong, heart

Carver@3x

Kepler

Measurements: 49-21-145

Face type: oval, square, oblong, heart

Kepler@3x

Hopper

Measurements: 48-18-145

Face type: oval, round, oblong, heart

Hopper@3x
Large frames

Faraday

Measurements: 53-17-145

Face type: oval, round, oblong, heart

Faraday@3x

Jemison

Measurements: 52-18-145

Face type: oval, round, oblong, heart

Jemison@3x

Don't know your face shape?

Don’t stress. Here are a few tips to help you figure it out. While all faces are unique, most tend to fall within one of the following categories.

oval
square
round
oblong
heart
Oval

If you have an oval face, you’re in luck and can probably pull off any frame! Oval faces are versatile, balanced and gracefully taper towards the chin with a gently curving jawline. Your face is likely longer than it is wide and you probably have a wider forehead and prominent cheekbones.

TIP: Most glasses will fit you well since your symmetrical face shape acts as a blank canvas. You can have fun with round, rectangular, or square shape frames. Plus, you can even play around with oversized frames (think: Jemison). You might want to avoid glasses with smaller and narrower widths.

TRY: Turing, Roebling, Haro, Hamilton, Nash, Carver, Kepler, Hopper, Faraday, or Jemison.