• PLD 2075/S/X
  • PLD 2075/S/X
  • PLD 2075/S/X

Description

These Polaroid square sunglasses were designed for cosmopolitan men who are always on the go. The black front in ultra-durable polycarbonate features golden metal inserts that, combined with the polycarbonate temples, embody the brand’s characteristic attention to detail. Polarized grey lenses enhance the entire look.

Technical Details

  • Square sunglasses for men
  • Black polycarbonate front
  • Black polycarbonate temples
  • Print logo on end tips
  • Polycarbonate lenses
  • Grey lenses
  • SKU: 20189080759M9

PLD 2075/S/X
Color:
Black / Grey
One Size:
59/13/145

PLD 2075/S/X

Color:
Black / Grey
One Size:

These Polaroid square sunglasses were designed for cosmopolitan men who are always on the go. The black front in ultra-durable polycarbonate features golden metal inserts that, combined with the polycarbonate temples, embody the brand’s characteristic attention to detail. Polarized grey lenses enhance the entire look.

  • Square sunglasses for men
  • Black polycarbonate front
  • Black polycarbonate temples
  • Print logo on end tips
  • Polycarbonate lenses
  • Grey lenses
  • SKU: 20189080759M9

Frame size information

The frame size is expressed with 3 measurements: lens width, bridge width and temple length

Fit Guide 1
59 - 13 - 145
Lens Width

This is the horizontal width of each lens at its widest point. It typically ranges from 40mm to 60mm (1.6 to 2.4 inches approximately).

Fit Guide 2
59 - 13 - 145
Bridge Width

This is the distance between your two lenses. In short, the bridge width is the space where your frames fit against your nose. The size of this piece ranges from 14mm to 24mm (0.55 to 0.95 inches approximately).

Fit Guide 3
59 - 13 - 145
Temple Length

This is the length of the temple from each screw to its temple tip, including the bend that sits on your ear. The temple is typically 120mm to 150mm long (4.7 to 5.9 inches approximately).

To ensure your frames fit perfectly, first determine which size is best for you - we suggest you start by measuring a pair you already own.