An updated, contemporary version of a classic style. Has scratch-resistant glass lenses and a comfortable fit.
They run small, but the price falls on the higher end of the price spectrum. The lenses aren't polarized.
Traditional aviator style with durable metal frames. Has polarized lenses, adjustable arms, and falls on the low end of the price range for Ray-Bans.
The lenses might be somewhat large on men with smaller faces, and they are a bit heavy.
Sports a solid nylon frame and glass lenses in an attractive style that compliments most men. They feel light and comfortable on the face.
The lenses aren't polarized, but they still provide excellent sun protection.
A trendy style with round lenses and tortoise shell-look frames. They have a small, lightweight design.
Some consumers didn't find the reflective lenses appealing. The style is also not for everyone.
When you think of Ray-Bans, you probably picture the classic aviator sunglasses straight out of Top Gun. But the brand offers a wide variety of not only sunglasses, but eyeglasses and other men’s accessories. Here, we focus on men’s Ray-Ban sunglasses. Frames come in pilot, round, square and oval shapes in various materials, from classic plastic and metal, to wood and even leather, carbon fibre, and other innovative mediums. While most stores sell them with basic lenses – polarized, mirror/flash, gradient, or specialized; you can also order prescription lenses. Ray-Bans are a bit of an investment, but they are built to last both through rough handling and changing trends.
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