Are Asian Fit Oakleys smaller?
Difference in Frame Curvature The front curvature of the Oakley Asian fit sunglasses is reduced, and less wide in size verses the regular fit Oakley style.
What is the difference in Oakley Asian Fit?
“Asian-fit style is built up slightly so the frame sits higher on the bridge of the nose, which is typically more shallow than on a Caucasian face.” “This helps to lift the sunglasses off the face of a person with a shallower nose bridge and higher cheekbones.”
What is the difference between Oakley Sutro and Sutro s?
Differences. The key difference here is size. The ‘S’ in Sutro S refers to the fact it is smaller than the Sutro. The wrap or curvature of the lens on the Sutro S is scaled down to fit the smaller frame size so you don’t lose out on any coverage on the sides of the frame.
How can I tell if my Oakleys are real?
Oakley prescription sunglasses will come with the Oakley O etching on the lens by laser. However, non-prescription Oakley sunglasses with the ‘O’ etched on the lens are fake. Authentic Oakley PRIZM sunglasses will either feature ‘PRIZM’, ‘POLARIZED’, or ‘PRIZM P’ etched onto the lens.
What’s the difference between Oakley Asia fit and standard fit?
Asian Fit Badman also has a base curvature of 6 vs. standard fit base curve of 8.75 Fives Squared – Asia Fit lenses will fit in normal frames (albeit slightly looser), but not vice versa. They have a different frame geometry Flak Draft – Frame is a different size.
What’s the difference between Oakley Asia and standard lenses?
They have a different frame geometry Flak Draft – Frame is a different size. The Asia Fit lenses are longer where it fits into the frame. Meaning Asia fit lenses won’t fit into a regular Flak Draft, and regular lenses are loose in a Flak Draft Asia Fit.
What’s the difference between Asian fit and standard fit?
Some of the older Asian Fit styles actually have a different frame geometry, so beware when swapping lenses without checking! If the frame angles are slightly different, it requires different lenses due to the XYZ positioning. But usually, the difference is just different sized nose-pieces .
What’s the difference between Asian fit and Standard sunglasses?
But generally Asian fit will modify one or many parts of your sunglasses including: Larger Nose Pads – Asian fit nosepads are longer and larger than the standard parts. This provides additional surface area and grip for sitting on a flatter nose.