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Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses


The Story Behind The Brand
The company was first founded in the 1937. The first eyewear they created was the Aviator model. They were originally designed for pilots to protect their eyes from glare whilst flying. The aviator frame became a big hit with pilots and the general public. Today, it is seen as a legendary style.

Why Ray Ban?
Ray Ban is an internationally recognised brand that’s on everybody’s lips. In 2012, the brand's Facebook page reached 1 million followers which is an incredible achievement for the brand. This equates to an average of 2,300 new followers per day!

Celebrities are massive fans of the brand; from musicians like Rihanna, to T4 television presenter Jameela Jamil, to Victoria Secret model Miranda Kerr. With their wide collection of styles (Wayfarer, Aviator, Caravan) the brand has something to offer everyone.

If you want style and function from your sunglasses, then this is the right brand for you. From movie stars and celebrities, to fashion trendsetters, everyone is buzzing about Ray Ban.

Ray Ban Aviators
The beautiful design of the teardrop lens is what makes the Aviator stand out above the rest. The lenses protect the entire eye area from reflective glare at all angles. The thin metal frame styling enhances your facial features. You don’t have to worry about face shapes with the Aviators because they’re designed to look good on most faces.

For the lenses, you will get the best visual performance from a black/grey or green lens. Drivers should avoid pink, red or orange tints as they can cause colour distortion. All of their eyewear has 100% UV protection and meets the US sunglasses standards.

Need prescription lenses?
Don’t worry because most Aviators can be fitted with prescription lenses. That means you will no longer have to worry about carrying around with you 2 pairs of eyewear when you’re out and about, or on holiday.