How To Find The Right Ray Bans For You

Ray Ban sunglasses have become synonymous with great style, status, and success. Look right below for amazing deals on brand new Ray Ban sunglasses!

Wayfarer Classic

This design debuted in 1952 and quickly became one of the most iconic (and oft-imitated) eyewear shapes on the market. Wayfarers are characterized by sturdy acetate frames, logos at each temple and two tiny metal ovals on the front of the frame. The Wayfarer Classics can be bought polarized or unpolarized, with multiple lens tint options to pick from. You also might want to keep an eye out for special editions of the Wayfarer – in the past, the iconic shape has been made available with tons of wild frame prints and texture options as well as the standard glossy black and tortoiseshell colorways.

Clubmaster

One of Ray-Ban’s most vintage-inclined shapes, the Clubmaster features wire-rimmed lenses with an acetate brow piece and acetate temple arms. Similar to the Wayfarer, you’ll find a Ray-Ban logo at each temple as well as the tiny metal embeds near up near the barrel hinges. The standard choice for anyone wanting a classic pair of Clubmasters is a black acetate frame with gold-tone metals and Ray-Ban’s classic green G-15 lens tint, but these are also available with tortoiseshell acetate, and polarized or G-15 lenses are an option for any color you end up choosing. You might also want to check out the ClubRound sunglasses, which are closely based on the traditional Clubmaster but with a rounded lens bottom.

New Wayfarer

Ray-Ban’s updated take on what’s arguably its most classic design, these feature a slightly smaller profile and softened frame shape. The result is a pair of sunglasses that’s great for smaller faces, or anyone who feels like the original Wayfarer was this close to getting it right but didn’t quite cut it.

Blaze Meteor

Based around a flat one-piece lens design, these sharp-shaped frames can be subtle or statement-making depending on what you’re after. Choose your nylon frames in glossy black, tortoise shell or fade-striped variations for a unique look that’s as versatile as anything else you can get from Ray-Ban’s lineup.

Square 1971 Classic

The Square 1971 is a part of Ray-Ban’s throwback series of products that take to styles from the archives. These television-like lenses are mounted to metal frames and recall the groovy getups of the 1970s.