Though it may seem like babies’ faces come in one universal shape—cute—they’re not all the same. Paxleys are designed to accommodate different face shapes that not only accentuate cuteness, but gently protect all the right areas. Infants and children in sunglasses look downright adorable, but that doesn't mean they're always comfortable. In most cases, what fits a 3-year old isn't likely to fit a 1-year old. Size plays a major role in comfort, and when kids are comfortable, they're more likely to want to wear sunglasses and keep them on. With three different size options, Paxley eyewear is designed to fit each unique head better.
Measurements for each shape at each range are to be found below. The size information is a set of three numbers that are measurements in millimeters. For example, 44-16-118. The first number (44) is the horizontal width of one lens. The second number (16) is the distance between lenses, and the third number (118) is the length of one of the temples.
Age 0 - 2 Years
Ideal for infants and children with average-size heads. Recommended size range for 0 - 2 Years. While these are recommendations based on extensive research, heads come in so many different sizes that it's best to do an actual measurement of the child's head with a soft measuring tape.
Pico measurements are: 44-13-110
Fairfax measurements are: 47-11-110
Silverlake measurements are: 42-15-110
Larchmont measurements are: 43-15-110
Age 2 - 5 Years
Ideal for post-infant children. Recommended size range for 2 years and up. While these are recommendations based on extensive research, heads come in so many different sizes that it's best to do an actual measurement of the child's head with a soft measuring tape.
Pico measurements are: 47-14-118
Fairfax measurements are: 50-12-118
Silverlake measurements are: 44-16-118
Larchmont measurements are: 45-16-118