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Men's Glasses and Frames

With more than 500 different designs, 19 different colors, and 5 different styles on display GlassesGlassesGlasses brings you exhaustive choices in men's prescription glasses and frames.

Manufactured from high-grade hypoallergenic titanium and plastics, aluminum, stainless-steel, and metal alloys, our eyeglasses guarantee high quality, durability, and 100% conformance to the prescription. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Take a look at our attractive modern designs and avail fast shipping and unbeatable pricing—starting from CA$19!

You may be an executive, a student, an athlete, a teacher, a teenager, a dad, or a grandpa—we have just the perfect pair of glasses for you.

Tips for Buying Eyeglasses and Frames for Men

When buying glasses and frames, most of the men just try on different frames to choose the one that suits them best. This hit-and-trial method mostly yields good results, but when buying glasses online, you cannot touch the frames, feel their weight, or check out how you look from different angles.

Here are some quick tips to help you choose the best frame and glasses online for your face-type, profession, taste, age, and personality.

  • The frame color—Select a color that goes with your personality, age, style, and profession. Bright and colorful plastic frames depict energy and youth, whereas dark or wood colors portray serenity and maturity. Metallic colors look elegant and sporty.
  • The frame material—Plastic frames are light and flexible; titanium is tenacious and rustproof; stainless steel is strong but less elastic; mixed metals are generally tough and corrosion-proof. When comparing materials, keep in mind the type and frequency of usage. If you'll be wearing your glasses most of the time, it's better to go for a light-weight frame.
  • The frame shape—The Aviator style generally suits a square face-shape, while the Wayfarers fit round faces better. Square frames go well with oval faces. But these are just generalizations—your best bet is to upload your photo to GlassesGlassesGlasses and try on different frames. If you don’t want to upload your photo, select a face from the models that resembles yours.
  • The lens type and material—Plastic lenses are the most common and economical. They are recommended for people with corrections ranging between +/-1.75. Polycarbonate lenses are tough and impact resistant and work well for children and athletes with corrections between +/-4. High Index 1.67 lenses are thin and light. They are more fashionable and comfortable to wear for high corrections.

Not sure about anything? No worries. Just send us an email with your question and we'll suggest the best pair of glasses for you.