Original Aviator

Ray-Ban
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Original Aviator

$160 Gilt
Size (IT Waist):
Antonio Maurizi Belts
IT Waist Size CM Waist CM US Waist
44 95 80 30
46 100 85 32
48 105 90 34
50 110 95 36
52 115 100 38
54 120 105 40
56 125 110 42
58 130 115 44
  • 58
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    Size CM 130
    Waist CM 115
    US Waist 44
Color:
gradient smoke
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Description
At a Glance
Designer

Metal original aviator sunglasses

  • Double saddle nose bridge with brow bar
  • Nose pads
  • Metal temples with acetate covered tips
  • G-15 lenses with logo
  • Comes with a designer case and cleaning cloth

Measurements:Lens width: 58mm, bridge: 15mm, temple length: 130mm

  • Please note colorway gold has polarized lenses

Material: Metal

Brand: Ray-Ban

Origin: Italy

A smart collection of the details that differentiate, from belts to bags and more.

Ray Ban, maker of legendary sunglasses and eyeglasses, has a style stable that includes iconic shades silhouettes like the Wayfarer, Aviators, Jackie Ohh and the Clubmaster. The brand was founded in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb, who were approached by the US Army Air Corps to develop army pilot sunglasses. Pilots were reporting intense headaches and altitude sickness caused by sun glare; the newly invented Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses, with their gradient lenses and metal frames, protected their eyes. Soon, the functional sunglasses became fashionable as well, particularly with the introduction of Ray Ban Wayfarers in 1952; the plastic frames and gray lenses were a hit with the Hollywood set: James Dean, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and many others wore the sunglasses both in movies and out on the town. Musicians (Bob Dylan, Bob Marley) and other famous folk (John F. Kennedy) were fans, too, and throughout the 70s and 80s Ray Bans were seen on all manner of celebrity faces – including Tom Cruise’s, in Risky Business and Top Gun. Today, Ray-Ban sunglasses remain classic yet stylish options for the discerning person, with styles like the Laramie and Meteor, as well as optical choices, guaranteed to stand the test of time.