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All sunglasses come with Polarized, Scratch Resistant Coatings

Price Regular price $145.00
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Miller is a frame that makes a statement. Designed with unique angles, subtle slopes, and carefully considered details, this frame fits most face sizes and shapes nicely.

Miller is all about the makers and doers. It's for the artisans, the crafters and the ones who spend their time making their own brand of masterpiece.

* Please note that unfortunately we are unable to cut prescription lenses for mirrored lenses. 

Frame Fit Measurement
S - M 20 - 39 - 48
Lenses

We cut our prescription lenses locally to ensure extra precision and a speedy turn around for our customers in each region. All of our lenses include anti-glare & anti-scratch lens coating.

We use a mixture of Italian and Chinese acetate to ensure your frames last as long as you love them (and that’s a long time!).

Quality & Manufacturing

Ollie Quinn eyewear is a truly global product. We know that talent doesn’t come from just one place, so by carefully hand picking the highest quality parts from all around the world, we’ve been able to create a premium product and keep the price affordable.

Our in-house designed frames are assembled and manufactured in Hong Kong, where we maintain a close eye on quality control and maintain a close relationship with the owner.

Dimensions

Frame Fit

Measurement

Ollie Quinn frames have a few numbers printed on the inside of the temple arm. These refer to the lens width, bridge width, and temple arm length of your frames.

We recommend comparing the measurements of your current glasses to the frame measurements on our website, as this will give you an idea for how a pair will fit you.