The measurements on the inside of the frame represent the lens width (48 mm), bridge width (22 mm), and temple length (142 mm). If you have a favorite pair of glasses, you can look at this measurement to figure out which of our pairs will fit you the best.
Lens width48 mm
The width of one single lens.
Bridge width22 mm
The measurement between the lenses.
Temple length142 mm
The measurement from the front of the frame to the back of the arms.
I love the materials, the lens & the look. I've been exclusively wearing lincoln premiums since probably 2016. Usually I lose them but if they DO break it's because I lazily left them in the backpack side pouch (usually made of mesh) and the solder breaks on the nose. I consider this very avoidable and am always surprised/impressed at the durability.
The polarization seems...fake...or just not strong. I’m a photographer, and I use polarizers. Theses...uh, no.
The frames are not well built. I expected to bend them a little fit my face. But some of the spot welds...or whatever the process is...don’t line up evenly from eyepiece to eyepiece, resulting in glasses impossible to straighten.
Will not buy again.
Glassy brand rules. Mike Mo rules. Skateboarding rules. This is the only sun glass brand I buy from. Also, I tell everyone I know to buy them whether they skateboard or not because of the affordability and style.