Ray-Ban Aviator Flash Lenses RB3025 112/17
Sunglasses Ray-Ban Aviator Flash Lenses RB3025 112/17 are part of the latest Ray-Ban collection carefully crafted for both men and women (unisex).... Toon meer
Throughout its almost eight decades long history, Ray-Ban has been pushing boundaries in both eyewear engineering and pop-culture. From presidents to rock and movie stars, from artists to runway models, Ray-Ban has proven indispensable for cultural icons of every generation.
Aviator Flash Lenses RB3025 112/17
Ray-Ban Aviator is the most iconic sunglass model in the history. First Aviators were designed in 1937 for US Air Force pilots, but it was in 1942 when they became a phenomenon. Photographs of General Douglas MacArthur landing on the beach in the Philippines wearing Aviators were featured on the front pages of newspapers all around the world. Ever since, Aviator is omnipresent. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr wore them during the Beatles frenzy, Freddie Mercury has them on the album cover for Mr. Bad Guy and Tom Cruise wore Aviators in almost every scene of Top Gun.
For whom are they?Sunglasses Ray-Ban Aviator Flash Lenses RB3025 112/17 are part of the latest Ray-Ban collection carefully crafted for both men and women (unisex). This elegant full-rim model reflects the latest trends in contemporary designer eyewear and its aviator shape makes Ray-Ban RB3025 the perfect choice especially for round, oval and squared faces.
Material used for the frame is corrosion-resistant metal, which makes it virtually indestructible. The lenses are engineered to block 100% of harmful UV rays.
Buy your Ray-Ban Aviator Flash Lenses RB3025 112/17 on eyerim right now and it will be delivered free of charge directly to your door in its original protective packaging.
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