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Pre-Teen Glasses

Shop kids eyeglass frames for pre-teens. Functional, comfortable and fashionable, finding kids frames has never been easier!

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    FAQ

  • What Are the Most Popular Eyeglass Frames?

    It's tough to pinpoint the most popular glasses of all time. Trendy glasses for men right now include aviator frames and color-changing glasses. The trends for women's glasses today lean toward tortoise frames and oversized frames. Choosing glasses for your kid isn't only about fashion, but letting them take the style lead can make the process easier.

  • How Should Glasses Frames Fit?

    The ideal frame should be no wider than the overall width of your tween's face. The frames should feel comfortable on their bridge and not too tight at the temples. The lenses should not touch their cheeks.

  • How Do I Choose the Right Frame Color?

    Color is a very subjective choice. Consider your preteen's hair and eye color, their complexion and their lifestyle - a young athlete might do better with solid-color sports glasses, whereas a more creative tween might be happier in color-changing frames. Choose color based on whether your kid wants their glasses to make a bold statement or be more discreet.

  • How Do I Keep Eyeglasses from Slipping?

    A good fit is key to eliminating slippage, but an eyeglass strap can help keep them in place. If plastic glasses frames continuously slip, consider a pair of metal frames with adjustable nose pads for a more stable feel.

  • How Can I Avoid Scratching My Glasses Lenses?

    Never set glasses down on their lenses. Store eyeglasses in their protective case when you're not wearing them. Always handle glasses by the temples. Clean your glasses regularly with warm water, dish soap and a soft cloth.

  • Where Can I Buy Preteen Glasses Frames Online?

    Find a wide selection of plastic and metal frames for your preteen, starting at just $5.95 at Payne Glasses.

    FAQ

  • What Are the Most Popular Eyeglass Frames?

    It's tough to pinpoint the most popular glasses of all time. Trendy glasses for men right now include aviator frames and color-changing glasses. The trends for women's glasses today lean toward tortoise frames and oversized frames. Choosing glasses for your kid isn't only about fashion, but letting them take the style lead can make the process easier.

  • How Should Glasses Frames Fit?

    The ideal frame should be no wider than the overall width of your tween's face. The frames should feel comfortable on their bridge and not too tight at the temples. The lenses should not touch their cheeks.

  • How Do I Choose the Right Frame Color?

    Color is a very subjective choice. Consider your preteen's hair and eye color, their complexion and their lifestyle - a young athlete might do better with solid-color sports glasses, whereas a more creative tween might be happier in color-changing frames. Choose color based on whether your kid wants their glasses to make a bold statement or be more discreet.

  • How Do I Keep Eyeglasses from Slipping?

    A good fit is key to eliminating slippage, but an eyeglass strap can help keep them in place. If plastic glasses frames continuously slip, consider a pair of metal frames with adjustable nose pads for a more stable feel.

  • How Can I Avoid Scratching My Glasses Lenses?

    Never set glasses down on their lenses. Store eyeglasses in their protective case when you're not wearing them. Always handle glasses by the temples. Clean your glasses regularly with warm water, dish soap and a soft cloth.

  • Where Can I Buy Preteen Glasses Frames Online?

    Find a wide selection of plastic and metal frames for your preteen, starting at just $5.95 at Payne Glasses.

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