We Are An Authorised Ray Ban Sunglasses Stockist
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We can offer prescription lenses in most Ray Ban sunglasses, including the Wayfarer and Aviator styles. If you're looking for prescription lenses, give us a call on 0141 552 5065 and we can talk you through your options. Alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that when choosing prescription lenses, the Ray Ban signature logo seen on the non-prescription lenses, will no longer be there. There is no way to create prescription lenses while keeping this logo in place, unfortunately.
About Ray Ban:
Ray Ban's iconic collection of sunglasses are the ultimate cool accessories. Whether you're looking for the rock 'n' roll flair of a Wayfarer, or the laid back attitude of an Aviator, Ray Ban is a brand with a long heritage in eyewear. They've learned a few things along the way.
Beginning in 1936, Ray Ban's innovation spawned the classic Aviator. The tear-drop shape being the most efficient way to block light from entering the eye. Issued to US pilots, General MacArthurs's aviators, worn landing on the beach during World War 2. This furthered civilian demand of the frame and a classic was born. It wasn't until 1952 that Ray Ban sunglasses developed the Wayfarer. The plastic frames seen as the material of the future. More recently, the brand has seen a huge resurgence with Ray Bans becoming a 'wardrobe staple' for fashionistas; as well as having universal appeal amongst, well, just about everybody. We have seen the re-invention of classic styles, such as wooden and aluminium clubmasters, 'distressed' aviators and wayfarers, and the use of leather on several frames in the collection.
Ray Ban's sunglasses image has led to the brand being seen in countless films and on the faces of rock stars all over the world. Usually without any official Ray Ban input. From the classic Blues Brothers catapulting the Wayfarer into being the musician's sunglass of choice. The 80s excess of The Wolf of Wall St, Ray Bans are still seen as a way for a character to be portrayed as cool.