Brand Focus - Ray-Ban

With Summer just around the corner it might be a good idea to start thinking about ways to get your accessory game up to scratch and protect those precious retinas while you're at it. Ray-Ban have been around since 1937 originally providing the iconic Aviator sunglasses to the US Army Air Service to combat altitiude sickness and of course glare from the sun. From then on the Aviators and Wayfarers caught the attention of silver screen icons such as James Dean and Marilyn Monroe and in turn created and made popular one of the most recognisable frames in history.

The Clubmaster has seen a wide range of variations since its birth and the newest models include classic tortoise shell frames with bursts of colour located on the rim and inside of the glasses.

Adapting to new technologies while maintaining original standards can sometimes prove difficult but the collapsable Wayfarers (shown below in Havana & Crystal Brown) stay true to their OG shape with the option of having a smaller scale version to choose from. If the option to fold your glasses doesnt appeal then there's always the classic frames to choose from.

The Erika frames are one of the newest members to our collection of Ray-Ban glasses. Built from nylon frames and gunmetal temples, the Erika provides a lightweight alternative wth its oversized round lenses and soft, subtle bridge.

All models of Ray-Ban's shown are available in store or online at Fat Buddha store.


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