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Ray Ban Original Wayfarer 50mm Sunglasses RB2140-50-606285

Availability: Out of stock
SKU: RB2140-50-606285
Delivery date: 1-2 days

$80.01 (46%)
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Composite/Plastic Frame. Plastic frame - Gradient lens - Iridium - 100% coating - Lens width: 50 millimeters - Lens height: 41 millimeters - Bridge: 22 millimeters - Arm: 150 millimeters - 2" high - Every model in the Ray-Ban collection is the product of meticulous, original styling that translates the best of the latest fashion trends into an ever-contemporary look for millions of Ray-Ban wearers around the world. Ray-Ban sizes refer to the width of one lens in millimeters. Protective case included, cases come in a variety of colors. Lenses are prescription-ready (Rx-able). Ray-Ban products include an etched "RB" on the left lens. The RB is not a scratch or defect. The shape and curvature of these sunglasses may need adjustments. Adjustments should only be made by a professional. Made in Italy
Products specifications
Manufacturer Item RB2140-50-606285
Brand Ray-Ban

Ray-Bans were created in 1937. Some years earlier, Lieutenant John MacCready returned from a balloon flying adventure and complained that the sun had permanently damaged his eyes. He contacted Bausch & Lomb asking them to create sunglasses that would provide protection and also look elegant. On May 7, 1937, Bausch & Lomb took out the patent. The prototype, known as Anti-Glare, had an extremely light frame weighing 150 grams. They were made of gold-plated metal with green lenses made of mineral glass to filter out infrared and ultraviolet rays. Pilots in the United States Army Air Corps immediately adopted the sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Aviator became a well-known style of sunglasses when General Douglas MacArthur landed on the beach in the Philippines in World War II, and photographers snapped several pictures of him wearing them.