Ray Ban sunglasses set the standard for the statement “American Classic sunglasses.” The Ray Ban Predator sunglasses, Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses, and Ray Ban Wayfarer sunglasses have been seen on leading actors and actresses, politicians, and the guy next door for decades. Where would Tom Cruise be now if he wasn’t wearing Ray Ban Wayfarers in Risky Business? Ray-Ban Predator sunglasses are the signature style of two of the most popular movies of the 1990s. In short, Ray Ban sunglasses set the style that other sunglasses brands just follow.
The Ray Ban RB 2156 sunglasses model is patterned after the famous Shuron Ronsir Zyl frame which is one of the most famous and time-honored frames in American culture. Other sunglasses models with a long history include the famous Ray Ban Shooter sunglasses, and some other variations on the teardrop aviator style like the Ray Ban RB3386 sunglasses and a modernized version, the Ray Ban RB3461 sunglasses.
The Ray-Ban Tech Collection. Designed with innovative materials, the styles featured under the Ray-Ban Tech collection reflect Ray-Ban’s classic, iconic heritage and history that began in the 1930’s with athletes, pilots, and naval aviators-- heroes in need of anti-glare protection. All Ray-Ban Tech lenses must pass the “Drop Ball Test” where a 16mm steel ball is dropped onto the lens from a height of 1.27 meters. The P3 and P3PLUS lenses guarantee exceptional polarization and 100 percent UV protection making these hardworking frames perfect for the Ray-Ban consumer who plays even harder.