♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Sunglasses Of The Month August 2014 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Presenting The Little 'Big Three'
...Junior Versions of Ray-Ban's Icons
Ray-Ban 3025 Aviator
Ray-Ban Aviator - The Easy Classic
The world's best-selling sunglasses style gets the Junior treatment. Ray-Ban's classic 3025 aviator put the Ray-Ban name on the map. From its inception in 1937 as a pilot's frame (the eye socket was designed to be three times the size of the eye for maximum coverage), to its renown as a rock n roll must have, there has been nothing like the Ray-Ban classic mirrored aviator in sunglasses. Iconoclastic, completely easy to wear, that teardrop literally goes with anything.
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Ray-Ban 2140 wayfarer
Ray-Ban Wayfarer - The Mischievous
Wayfarer is as cool as the aviator is easy-to-wear. Because of this it takes second spot in the world-bestsellers stakes. That Trapezoidal shape is said to hold an inherent look of danger about it - you're a bad boy (or girl) if you wear Wayfarer. So over 50 years after its birth, it's a celeb favourite, and it's won the hearts of the good, bad and the bubbly too. The Junior version brings all that edge and coolness to your kids' style, and of course with proper protection.
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Ray-Ban 3016 clubmaster
Ray-Ban Clubmaster - The Knowledgeable
The third of Ray-Ban's 'Big Three', Clubmaster is the thinking man's Wayfarer. But it's no mere Wayfarer with a half rim... the brow is curvier, the lenses are rounder - it's a glimpse back to the 60s revolutionaries, those whose thinking changed the way we viewed the world. Now available with ultra cool flash-mirror lenses, Clubmaster gets a Junior version with matching lenses, making the newest versions smart and cool all at once. This is the only way to protect your kids' eyes this summer.
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