What is your price structure?
Pricing for our glasses will depend on your personal vision needs. All prices for our different glasses options are listed below:
- Just the frames - $89
- Non-Prescription Glasses or Sunglasses - $89
- Single-Vision Prescription Glasses - $119
- Bifocals - $249
- Trifocals - $299
- Progressives - $299
- Standard Power - $89
- Custom Prescription - $119
Additional special features:
- High Index Lenses 1.67 +$40
- High Index Lenses 1.70 +$70
- Photochromic Lenses +$100
- Tinted Lenses +$10
- Gradient Lenses +$20
- Polarized Lenses +$50
- Magnetic Clip-Ons
- Polarized +$150
- Mirrored Polarized +$175
For more specifics on our pricing and eyewear offerings, get a full list of details here.
What are your product offerings?
At f + i, we offer a wide selection of glasses to purchase and a number of ways to personalize your own pair based on your style + optical needs. Below is a detailed list of our product offerings. For even more specifics, get a full list of details here.
All of our lenses our handcrafted in the United States to match your unique prescription and vision needs. We use only the highest quality materials to craft the pair of glasses perfect for you!
- CR-39: Standard for all non-prescription lenses.
- Polycarbonate: Standard for all prescription lenses.
- High Index 1.67 or 1.70: 1.67 lenses are recommended for those with a prescription stronger than
SPH +/- 4and/or CYL +/- 2.We recommend high index 1.70 lenses for those with a prescription stronger than SPH +/- 7.
- Single vision prescription
- Standard Power
- Custom Prescription
- Titanium: The toughest of our metal frames.
- Stainless Steel: Available in both matte and polished finishes.
- Acetate: All of our plastic frames are made from high-end cellulose acetate.
- TR-90: Our glasses made from durable TR-90 material, or from a combination of TR-90 and metal or plastic, flex + bend with the wearer.
- Hypoallergenics: Many of our frames are sensitive-skin friendly. Just look for "hypoallergenic" in the product specs!
All of our glasses come with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant, and UV lens protection — free of charge, every single time.
We provide the following options to customize your pair even further. You can add these special features to your lenses for an additional cost.
- Polarized Lenses
- Photochromic Lenses
- Magnetic Clip-Ons
- Indoor/Outdoor Tint
- Gradient Tint
Where can I find the measurements on my current frames?
Take a look at the inside temple of your frames. Some pairs have a three-number sizing code. If yours do, the measurements appear in this order:
lens diameter | bridge width | temple length
To see a diagram of what this might look like on your frames, click here.
Sometimes the numbers are split and show up on the inside bridge of your frames as well as the temple, so be sure to look there if you don't find all three numbers listed on the temple.
Where can I find measurements for your products?
For all you need to know about specific measurements for our frames and how to find the right size for you, visit our Size Finder.
We separate all of our frames into three categories: narrow, medium, and wide. In addition, we offer varying bridge widths and temple lengths, depending on the style, so you can make sure you get the frames that fit you best!
I wear progressives: will you be able to accommodate my prescription?
At felix + iris, we're happy to provide progressives that are both stylish and functional.
To help you get the best vision possible, we've split our progressive frames into two categories: progressive-friendly and progressive-standard.
Frames in our "progressive-friendly" category have a lens height of at least 24mm. Because we use short corridor progressive lenses, most progressive-wearers should be completely comfortable in these frames. However, if you prefer more surface area or reading area in your glasses, you should look for frames in our "progressive-standard" category, which includes frames with a lens height of at least 31mm.
How do you choose the names for your frames?
To bring a bit of our home to yours, we've added a touch of Indiana to each of our frames, which are named after streets and notable places around our state.
Do your products meet Prop 65 requirements?
WARNING! Our products may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm.