One of the biggest advantages of spring-hinge glasses is that their flexibility makes them much more difficult to break. The temples of eyeglasses with spring hinges have a wider range of motion than standard hinged frames. This makes it much more difficult to accidentally snap your frame.
The small spring hinge of these frames provides a gentler grip around your face. Some people may find standard-hinged frames a bit too tight, which can result in headaches and general discomfort. Spring-hinge glasses have more flexibility to provide a gentler fit.
They Fit Snugly
Spring hinges use their flexibility to hold tightly onto your face. This helps avoid and accidental slipping during physical activity. because of this, Spring-hinge glasses are ideal for jogging or sports.
Eyeglass Hinges and Other Frame Features
Temples and Their Tips
The temples of your frame work together with the hinges to keep your pair on your face! The temples are also a major factor in deciding the style of your frame. Chunky temples provide a strong silhouette, while narrow temples add a sleek look to your eyewear. The temple tips sometimes feature a contrasting pattern, especially tortoise.
Shapes of Nose Bridges
The nose bridge is right at the center of your frame, and the perfect position for a touch of flair. A keyhole nose bridge, named after its shape, is a stylish addition to any frame. Along with the eyeglass hinges, these two frame parts define the shape of your frame.
Classy Hinge Stud Accents
Eyeglass spring hinges aren’t the only feature available for this part of the frame. Hinge studs add an eye-catching vibe to the corners of your frame. Our collection features round, diamond, or double hinge studs.
Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.