Smile test approved. Frames shouldn’t rest on your cheeks when you smile big.
Shake your head. Frames should sit securely on your nose bridge.
Plant-based acetate made from cotton and wood pulp.
Fitted with premium, scratch-resistant lenses offering 100% UVA/UVB protection.
Journey of a frame takes over 5 months from start to finish.
Working with over 40 skilled artisans that mold, cut, and assemble each frame to perfection.
I am converted to glasses! These don't slide off my face, touch my cheeks even when not smiling, hurt my temples or ears, or leave red marks on my nose after an entire day of wear. I am in love with this pair and am even considering getting sunwear because of it:) My only con is that my glasses fog when wearing a mask. I highly recommend the try-on service because out of all the pairs I tried on, only these ones looked good on me and I have an oval face shape with medium width.
Quality seems very well done and the fit is perfect. Glasses are also nice and light. I got the Subra Tuscany and the "light-gold" looks more silver than anything.
Most "Asian fit" glasses tend to still slide down my face but these glasses fit perfectly the first time! Super light weight especially if you get the ultra thin lenses. Highly recommend.
Loving my new frames! Been wearing them for a month now, and I can finally breathe. My frames don’t touch my cheeks and don’t slide down my nose. Thankful Covry designed these glasses for people like me!
Really happy with my pair. I'm nearsighted; one eye is around 5 and the other is around 6. On top of having a low nose bridge (16-17 I guess), my nose is very small. It's so small that 99% of acetate frames are out of the question, and the only nosepad glasses in my Covry home try-on that fit me were the Subra and Anser. These glasses are a huge upgrade from the glasses I had been wearing before, both in terms of style and function. They change the shape of my face in a really flattering way (I had smaller, rectangle wire frames before), and I don't think I would be able to wear this style if it wasn't elevated fit. They sit in a very ideal position on my face-- in the center, and at the correct eye level so that I'm taking full advantage of my prescription. Now every time I see someone wearing round or oversized glasses where their eyeline is basically right at the top of the frames and the rest of the lens' surface area is wasted on Cheek, I wince a little because I am thinking that they could have what I am having now with these glasses!! I am experiencing a little slippage, but it's probably because the nosepad adjustment isn't perfect yet. I've spent a long time trying to adjust them with my fingers and I just can't get it right, so I'll probably buy some nosepad pliers and the problem will be fixed then. Still a lot less slippage than my old glasses though. Even when these slip on my face, they still cover my eyeline so that I can still see. The fit and lens size of my old glasses meant that I had to push them up no matter what when they slipped in order to see. The other thing to note is that the light gold on mine comes off a little more silvery/doesn't stand out as much as I expected. TBH mine don't look gold. In addition to the actual color, it might have to do with my lens thickness too? There's still that nice visual contrast with the black though.