- Jan 5, 2010
- Reaction score
Picked up my Evans from Anthony Aiden today.
Our featured affiliate vendor of the week is Larimars Luxury Menswear Larimars, based in Ontario, Canada, specializes in handmade and semi-handmade shirts made in their family owned factory, with over 1000 fabrics from which to choose!
Please check them out and take advantage of their introductory offer for Styleforum. The discount code is in thread!
STYLE. COMMUNITY. GREAT CLOTHING.
Bored of counting likes on social networks? At Styleforum, you’ll find rousing discussions that go beyond strings of emojis.
Click Here to join Styleforum's thousands of style enthusiasts today!
Ahhh that makes a lot more sense now, thank you.The total frame width is measured with farthest point to each other from each side. In this case 150MM is from each protuding tips.
On the other hand Kobo is 143MM. Kellerman is 144MM that because the two ends joining the frame after emblems are bit wider. The Kellerman looks perfect on smaller face. Mishima is 147MM. But again, they are measuring two ends point with after the emblems. That frame felt wide and big. But that's a style.
Now I think of it, Eva may look okay. the 150MM from each tips will be wider on the temple level and not on eye level. and 53mm lens width from widest point within the frame would be similar to any other JMMs rectangular frames.
It is just that they feel bit feminine. I don't think would be good for eyeglasses. I would rather get Standiford for eyeglasses.
I’m not aware of any photochromatic lens that turns that color green. Is that transitions emerald maybe? Love the base tint. Is that a yellowish brown? Very nice. I approve wholeheartedly.
The lenses are 20% moss green with grafite transitionsLove this!!! What's colour is base tint? And what transitions (gen8 or xtractive) colour it goes to? if you don't mind sharing that?
Ooooooh! Graphite green! I know that color. Sorry for my confusion. Thank you. Great lens treatment!
That is good to know but oof. Can get way better lenses put in for around the same, as long as you don't care about them being the same as original.So I asked this question a while back without an answer and then reached out to JJM. They do offer original lens replacement. It was $150. Passing along in case anyone finds that useful.
Yeah and as discussed in here JMM lenses often aren’t that special.That is good to know but oof. Can get way better lenses put in for around the same, as long as you don't care about them being the same as original.