RE Ranger Sporter Frames
RE Ranger Sporter Frames
RE Ranger Sporter Frames
RE Ranger Sporter Frames
RE Ranger Sporter Frames
RE Ranger Sporter Frames

RE Ranger Sporter Frames

Randolph Engineering Ranger Sporter Brushed Pewter Shooting Frame Cable Temples The Randolph Sporter shooting glasses were designed by the shooting industry's top opticians and combine...

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Size Guide

Sunglasses Measurement

How to measure your face to choose the right sunglasses size

 

How To Measure For Frame Width

Sunglasses measurement can be one of the most difficult things to figure out when purchasing sunglasses online. It can be confusing when trying to get the correct size to fit your face and avoid returning them for the correct size.

The quickest and easiest way is to have someone hold a ruler across the front of your face and measure the distance from one side of your face to the other. Some people say measure temple to temple; however, it is important to get the width correct so that the frame temples don't bend outward when you put on your sunglasses.

If you don't have someone available to assist you try measuring the width using a mirror. If that doesn't work measure another pair of eye glass frames you may already have.

While this way of sunglasses measurement will give you the necessary inside width you want for a comfortable fit most manufacturers and dealers don't provide that dimension. Rather most sunglasses measurements are given as the width of one of the lenses at it's widest point.

How Manufacturers Indicate Size

When you see the sunglasses measurement (size) stated as "55mm" we are talking about the width of one lens at it's widest point. Some companies will provide a chart to convert sizes like "55mm" to a frame width; however, the actual frame width will depend upon a number of other factors.

The Parts Of A Sunglasses Frame

The names of the various parts of glasses and sunglasses

                          The Parts Of Sunglasses Frames

Above you can see the various parts of a sunglasses frame along with what each part is called. This is the first step in understanding how to decide on the correct sunglasses measurement when choosing a pair of sunglasses for yourself. As you can imagine the actual width of the frame is the total of the following items:

  1. The hinges;
  2. The bridge;
  3. The eye size.
Each of these items are sized in millimeters and the sum of the width of 2 hinges, 1 bridge and 2 lens eye sizes will give you the inside width of a pair of sunglasses in millimeters. You can then convert that number to inches and compare with the sunglasses measurement you made earlier.

 

Use A Suggested Size Chart

aviator frame size chart

Above you can see a chart provided by Randolph Engineering to help choose the correct sunglasses size without having to worry about making a sunglasses measurement.

As a rule of thumb most women will prefer the 52mm size sunglasses while most men will prefer the 55-57mm size sunglasses. Tall men or men with more round faces may prefer the 58-61mm size sunglasses instead.

While this chart is for sunglasses manufactured by Randolph Engineering it is still useful for figuring out what will work for other sunglasses because the DBL (Distance Between Lenses) or bridge is usually in the 17 to 22mm range.

 

Look At Your Present Sunglasses

If all of this confuses you there is one other way you may be able to figure out the correct sunglasses measurement for yourself. If you already have a pair of sunglasses that fit well and that you really like, take a look at the inside of one of the temples. The image below shows you where you can find that information and what it means:

How To Find The Size Of Your Glasses or Sunglasses On The Temples

The most important thing is to make sure that when you purchase your pair of sunglasses online that the seller will exchange them for the correct size at no cost to you. Sunglasses measurement is more art than anything else - how the sunglasses look, fit and feel is really more a personal preference than anything else.

Still Confused? Give Us A Call

If you are still confused, or have any other questions regarding sunglasses measurement, feel free to give us a call at 1 (866) 440-2461 and one of our employees will be very happy to help you in any way we can.

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Randolph Engineering Ranger Sporter Brushed Pewter Shooting Frame Cable Temples

The Randolph Sporter shooting glasses were designed by the shooting industry's top opticians and combine optical performance, sleek design and an angular lens shape to reduce fogging and overall weight.

They are designed to accommodate nearly any prescription, the Sporter Rx features a full frame with optional clip-ons.
This rugged, yet practical frame is excellent for shooting and other outdoor sports or as an everyday pair of prescription glasses.
Made In The USA Every pair of Randolph Ranger shooting glasses are handcrafted in the USA using the finest materials in the world by skilled craftsmen. Each pair goes through over 200 individual manufacturing operations, many by hand. Randolph Engineering will not compromise quality even when it comes to selecting something as small as the lens screw. The frames provide unequaled strength through the use of specially manufactured solder flux allowing Randolph Engineering to offer a solder joint lifetime guarantee! Randolph Edge Shooting Glasses designed by the shooting industry's top opticians The 7th Commandment Of Shooting Safety Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting. According to Remington's 10 Commandments of Firearm Safety: Your sight and hearing risk injury from shooting and should be protected at all times. Wear protective shooting glasses to guard against falling shot, clay target chips, powder residue, ruptured cartridge cases and even twigs and branches in the field. Also be sure to wear eye protection when you're disassembling or cleaning a gun so that tensioned parts (like springs) and cleaning solvents don't come in contact with your eyes. Why proper eye protection is necessary while shooting Why Proper Eye Shooting Protection? No matter where you are shooting - at the range or in the field - proper eye protection is essential. Shooting a gun takes place in close proximity to the face which presents a number of risks for eye injury:
  1. Richochets;
  2. Flying objects like ejecting shells, etc.;
  3. Wind;
  4. Sun;
  5. Dust.
While a good pair of sunglasses are better than nothing, you will always be better off with a great pair of specially designed protective glasses for shooting activities. Things To Look For In Shooting Glasses Randolph Engineering Ranger Premium Shooting Eyewear When you are looking for a quality pair of shooting glasses what should you consider? Use the following to make an informed choice:
  1. Lens - for shooting polycarbonate lenses are the best material available today, and the NexPC sets the industry standard;
  2. Lens impact resistance - this is the most important consideration of all. This means making sure that the lens meets or exceeds the ANSI Z87.1 and Z87.3 standards;
  3. Lens UV protection - to provide adequate protection your shooting glasses should absorb 98 to 100% of harmful ultraviolet light radiation;
  4. Lens coverage - the lens should adequately cover enough of your eye area to provide proper protection;
  5. Lens color - this is really your personal choice; however, consider the following:
    • Medium yellow, vermilion or dark purple tints are effective at blocking glare without changing color perception and good for bright light conditions;
    • Medium yellow, vermilion or CMT - especially good for shooting against green backgrounds;
    • Pale yellow, medium yellow or copper polarized - these tints will improve contrast and give your eyes a sensation of heightened visual acuity;
    • Medium yellow, vermillion or copper polarized - are good for enhancing the orange of the target against a background of trees.
  6. Frames - the frame should be constructed of lightweight materials like plastic, aluminum or titanium;
  7. Interchangeable lenses - allows you to use a variety of lens tints depending upon the conditions your are shooting under.

Returns Policy

You may return most new, unopened items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. We'll also pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.).

You should expect to receive your refund within four weeks of giving your package to the return shipper, however, in many cases you will receive a refund more quickly. This time period includes the transit time for us to receive your return from the shipper (5 to 10 business days), the time it takes us to process your return once we receive it (3 to 5 business days), and the time it takes your bank to process our refund request (5 to 10 business days).

If you need to return an item, simply login to your account, view the order using the "Complete Orders" link under the My Account menu and click the Return Item(s) button. We'll notify you via e-mail of your refund once we've received and processed the returned item.

Shipping

We can ship to virtually any address in the world. Note that there are restrictions on some products, and some products cannot be shipped to international destinations.

When you place an order, we will estimate shipping and delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and the shipping options you choose. Depending on the shipping provider you choose, shipping date estimates may appear on the shipping quotes page.

Please also note that the shipping rates for many items we sell are weight-based. The weight of any such item can be found on its detail page. To reflect the policies of the shipping companies we use, all weights will be rounded up to the next full pound.

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