There’s a reason why a lot of people in hollywood were and are fans of a pair of Ray-Bans. They’ve been around forever. They’ve always been made with excellent craftsmanship and they have been the pinnacle of style.
There’s a lot of choice on the market today. Some top shelf products due to the designer, such as Prada and some that are made out the same materials to build your average Space-X rocket.
Standing the test of time Ray-Ban says style and quality and it is for that reason we pay homage to these iconic beauties.
We’ve had a look at Ray-Ban’s iconic styles and some new and who made them famous.
Ray-Ban Rb3025 Aviator Classic Sunglasses – $155
CLASSIC AVIATOR SUNGLASSES made famous by aviators since 1937. Ray-Ban RB3025 Large Metal Aviator Sunglasses are superior unisex glasses with multiple frame and lens options. Tom Cruise specials
Ray-Ban unisex Clubmaster Square Sunglasses – $155
The Ray-Ban Clubmaster has an iconic look, shape, feel, and style. Worn by cultural intellectuals and Hollywood superstars, these superior glasses are both comfortable and fashionable. Iconic Robert Redford choice.
Ray-Ban unisex New Wayfarer Sunglasses – $145
Last Ray-Ban pair I promise. UNISEX NON-POLARIZED SUNGLASSES: The Ray-Ban New Wayfarer sunglasses feature the legendary Ray-Ban crystal lenses. Made from high-quality glass, Ray-Ban lenses are prescription ready. The JFK’s. Jack Nicholson. Blues Brothers and Leonardo DiCaprio… let’s just say everybody.
Ray-Ban Caravan Square Sunglasses – $500
First launched in 1957, the Caravan sunglasses style are a squared model and were a popular alternative to the Aviatosrs . The Ray-Ban signature logo is displayed on the nose pads and lenses. The Caravan features Square Sunglasses. Jason Statham and Bruce Willis.
Ray-Ban Men’s Rb3498 Rectangular Metal Sunglasses – $155
A sporty new newer sleek, squared shape design.
The brushed aluminum and matte rubber temples provide a fresh look that won’t slow you down.
Spring-loaded hinges allow for fit, comfort, and durability. 3D-contoured, machine-tooled temples provide a subtle edge to your Ray-Ban look. Loved by Barack Obama
Ray-Ban Men’s Rb4089 Balorama Rectangular Sunglasses – $145
The RB4089 Balorama sunglasses are a 1967 icon of forerunners’ style. Comfy and elegant, these icons are unique, but still loved by personalities today.
They feature crystal lenses and come polarized. This model has double rivets and the Ray-Ban signature logo finishes the temples. These were made famous again recently when worn by Christian Bales when he played Ken Miles in Ford Vs Ferrari