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Your Guide to Low Bridge Fit Glasses

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Your Guide to Low Bridge Fit Glasses

Your Guide to Low Bridge Fit Glasses

When picking out sunnies and glasses that suit your face, it’s all about the fit. Other than face shape, it’s also QUAY to figure out where your nose bridge is so that your frames sit comfortably on your face without slipping and sliding. While many specs feature a standard fit, you may find a low bridge style preferable. Here are all the deets on low bridge fit glasses and the best QUAY low bridge fit styles to add to your eyewear wardrobe. 


WHAT ARE LOW BRIDGE FIT GLASSES?

Low Bridge Face vs. High Bridge Face

Just as we have collections for square, round, oval, triangle, heart, and smaller faces, we also have one for those with low nose bridges. But what’s the difference between a low bridge and a high bridge face anyway? To break it down, it’s all about where your nose is. On a face with a low bridge, the nose sits in line with or below the pupils. In a high bridge face, the nose sits higher on the face. As you may have already guessed, low bridge fit glasses are suited for those with lower nose bridges — they're also great for those with higher cheekbones. 

They're sometimes called “Asian glasses” because many people of Asian heritage find that these specs comfortably complement their features, which may include a low nose bridge. Of course, you don’t have to be of Asian descent to find low bridge specs just right for your face. 

Hardwire clear for low bridge nose

HOW DO I KNOW IF LOW BRIDGE GLASSES ARE RIGHT FOR ME?

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOW BRIDGE FIT GLASSES AND STANDARD FIT GLASSES?

Standard fit glasses are, generally speaking, more geared towards those with higher nose bridges. They tend to have fixed nose pieces and straight temple arms, sitting on the face higher and coming in narrower widths. If you’ve got a low nose bridge, low bridge fit glasses will help you keep your specs on without fuss thanks to their design. This means no struggling with lenses flush against your cheekbones or your glasses moving down. Some features to look for in low bridge fit glasses include:

  • Big or high nose pads to keep your frames comfortably balanced on your nose

  • Adjustable nose pads so that your frames stay on just right

  • Curved temples that provide extra stability and room

  • Slightly tilted frames that push up and away from cheekbones

high key black low bridge fit

Best Low Bridge Glasses For Me

From squares to aviators, wear low bridge glasses that’ll have heads turning your way. Here are our low bridge-approved specs to help you serve looks and raise your vibe

AVIATOR: HIGH KEY 

We HIGH KEY love a cult fave. With its adjustable eyeglass nose pads and flat lenses, this classic QUAY aviator is perfect for a low bridge face. 

CIRCLE: BIG TIME

It’s time to flex BIG TIME with classic yet modern circular lenses. These medium-sized round frames come with nose pads for a comfy fit. And for all the bright times, you’ll also love that they’re polarized. 

SQUARE: HARDWIRE LOW BRIDGE FIT RX

Who says you can’t have fun with squares? HARDWIRE your look with this take on our fan-fave square. Available in prescription, it’s perfect for those with lower nose bridges or higher cheekbones because of its adjustable nose pads — plus, you can get it in mini if you’ve got a smaller face.

PANTO: BLUEPRINT LOW BRIDGE FIT RX

Adjustable silicone nose pads are the BLUEPRINT for a low bridge profile. This Rx classic features a premium injection frame with a flattering rounded square panto shape and reinforced metal arms. Those with a low bridge profile can now get the just right fit with this design.  

Check out QUAY’s Low Bridge Collection for comfy and stylish specs that'll help you say goodbye to slipping and sliding frames.

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