The Maddie - Teen
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With a rectangular shape and classic look, the Maddie frame provides girl teens an option for glasses that makes them feel grown up while still being in style. The Clear, Tortoise, and other trendy colors available in this stylish, affordable frame are sure to look great on every teen looking for prescription glasses.
Maddie Frame Dimensions (in millimeters: lens, bridge, temple arm)
Teen : 51-15-140
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Quality glasses at affordable prices. We loved our experience and definitely recommend JP to everyone!
Loved the selection process. Very easy. Issue was that the ear piece was not tight enough and had to go to Walmart to have them adjusted. They needed to heat them to bend to fit.
Good, staff very customer friendly. Love the glasses, however...didn’t receive the size I intended to order... admittedly my fault, my suggestion is to improve ordering instructions,etc. to ensure that this type of confusion doesn’t happen.
This is our third purchase of Jonas Paul Eyewear and we couldn't be happier. Glasses are darling and high quality, customer service is outstanding. We will continue getting our daughter's glasses here.
This is my daughter's second pair of Jonas Paul glasses. After the first pair we decided to try something a little cheaper from a local eye wear company, and man, the quality of those glasses were terrible. The frames and lenses didn't even last but a few months before they started breaking and the lenses started peeling. We went back to Jonas Paul and the quality is unbeatable! The lenses are such good quality. Crystal clear! The frames are the perfect size for my 13 year old. We wont be going anywhere else next time!