Identifying your sunglasses is the most important step to ensure your new lenses fit perfectly. We'll show you where to look on your frame to make sure you get the right lenses for your sunglasses.
How to Identify Your Sunglasses
Start by looking for a logo or name printed on the frames to identify which brand of sunglasses you have. This brand name may be on the outer or inner arm of the frame.
Find the frame name by looking for a logo or name printed on the inside temple of the frames.
Pay special attention to qualifiers like an "S" or an "XL" that indicate frame or lens size. These special frame sizes usually have their own, unique lenses, which aren’t interchangeable with other size variations of the same frame.
Some frames had multiple editions made over the years. If you search your frame name and see a year listed after it, like Straight Jacket (2007), click the "Check Compatibility" button on the product page. You can use the images in the fit guide to identify which generation your frames are.
If you don't see a frame name on your sunglasses, there may be a SKU number to identify your frames. A SKU usually looks something like this:
- Oakley frame SKU example: OO9102
- Ray-Ban frame SKU example: RB2132
- Maui Jim frame SKU example: MJ103
You can search these SKU numbers on our site to find the right lenses for your frame.
Some Ray-Ban frames have multiple sizes. The size is usually a number found after the SKU before the square ▢ symbol indicating the millimeter width of the lens.
Example: Ray-Ban New Wayfarer RB2132 52mm sunglasses
We provide a Check Compatibility button on our lens product pages for commonly confused frame styles with additional resources to help you double check you're getting the right lenses.
Find Lenses for Your Frame
You can search for those frame identifiers in our search tool to find lenses that will fit your frames.
Perfect Fit Guarantee
Our lenses are engineered for a precise fit. If your Revant lenses don't fit and perform as promised, we'll replace them or refund your entire order. Read more about our guarantee here.
Eyewear Expert Support
If you've given it your best shot and still can't ID your frames, it's time to call in the pros. Email our Eyewear Experts detailed photos of the front of the frames, the sides of the frames, and any writing or numbers on the frames (even if they're faded), and we'll help you find the right lenses.