Our Slip Grip ear adjusters are made with a comfy, stretchy, light, and easily detachable silicone material that is perfect for all sizes of our sunglasses and glasses frames (baby, toddler, junior, adult).
ANTI SLIP: These silicone ear pieces for glasses will help keep your sunglasses and prescription glasses in place so they won't slip, bounce, or fall off during workouts, sports, or chasing the kids around the block, making them some of the best accessories for glasses!
EASY ADD: The eyeglasses ear grips have 2 slits in the side of each circle piece, which you'll push the arms of your glasses through. They only need to slide over the ends of the temple tips to rest behind your ear. They'll feel snug enough that you can do a handstand in them!
Right Eye (OD) & Left Eye (OS)
OD stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye". OS stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for "left eye."
Sphere (SPH) aka Power (PWR)
If you’re nearsighted you’ll have a minus (-) before the number, and if you’re farsighted you’ll have a plus (+) sign.
This is only for people with astigmatism. A nearsighted astigmatism will have a minus (-) before the number, and a farsighted astigmatism will have a plus (+) sign.
This is only for people with astigmatism. The axis is a number between 0 and 180 and determines the orientation of the Cylinder (CYL).
We need your Pupillary Distance (PD) to ensure that your glasses are customized to fit you perfectly. PD is the distance between the centers of each eye. Once we get your PD we can finish your glasses!
Kid PD Range: 35-65 mm.
Adult PD Range: 50-80 mm.
If your PD has 2 numbers, it is typically written 22/20 on your prescription. The first number is the right eye (OD), and the second is the left eye (OS).
Sometimes it can be hard with little ones, we totally get it! Take a picture following these directions and we'll measure the PD for you:
We transitioned our almost 5yr old to the junior size from toddler frames, and were pleasantly surprised to find these grips instead of the other style for behind the ear. He's had glasses since he was 16 months so is very used to having to wear them, but the only thing he's fought against were the wrap behind the ear grips. Not because they weren't comfortable, but because his dad and I don't have them on our glasses, and he didn't like being different. These donut grips are great! Easy to put on, they are comfy against the skin, and best yet, they are low profile so he feels like his glasses match mom and dad. Even better than all that, they actually work! I'm buying a few more pair so that I don't have to keep switching them between frames when he wants a color swap!
Love these! I have a pair of Ray-Bans that are ALWAYS slipping off because the arms have loosened over time. These little rubber grips completely changed that, plus theyre not as noticable, or difficult to attach as croackies!
These are great, they keep your sunglasses from slipping off your face. What else do you need :)
I bought these with the thought of using them but ended up not using them. I used them on my glasses to see if they'd be comfortable for him and i felt the pressure but I'm thinking they wouldn't be the same feeling on the Roshambo's because of how bendable the Roshambos are. Easy to slip on and off. Clever gizmo.
Didn’t get this one, so I can’t really review it honestly.