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Ray Ban Silver Aviator Metal Sunglasses
Ray Ban Silver Aviator Metal Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Silver Aviator Metal Sunglasses

Color: Grey

Product Code: RB3025-W0879-58-ASTD
Size: One Size
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Product Specifications

The Mens Ray-Ban Silver Aviator RB3025 Metal Sunglasses now available at Ann's Cottage.

Ray-Ban's most popular frame, the Ray-Ban RB3025 sunglasses are a winner. The aviator frame is a classic and iconic frame which has no signs of decreasing in popularity. It was one of Ray-Ban's first ever frames and designed originally for US Air Force pilots, hence the name "Aviator".

The frame was made increasingly popular by Tom Cruise in the 1986 film "Top Gun" and the success of the frame continues to this day with the aviator being a whole bunch of celebrities’ first choice in sunglasses. The famous Ray-Ban logo is printed on the top right corner of the right lens and a "RB" logo is engraved on the left lens adjacent to the arm.  100% UVA and UVB protection. They come complete with a Ray-Ban leather case, a cleaning cloth and authenticity cards.

Frame Colour:

Silver

Frame Style:

Aviator

Lens Colour:

Grey

Lens Type:

Gradient

Frame Material:

Metal

Range:

Adult

Delivery Options

FREE DELIVERY ON ALL UK ORDERS OVER £50


  • Click & Collect - FREE
  • Tracked 1-3 Day Service Over £50 - FREE
  • Tracked 1-3 Day Service Under £50 - £3.50
  • Guaranteed Next Working Day - £7.99
  • Standard European - £12.99
  • Express European - £19.99
  • Standard USA - £12.99
  • UPS USA - £19.99
  • Express International Delivery - £24.99

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Ray-Ban Silver Aviator Metal Sunglasses Ray-Ban Silver Aviator Metal Sunglasses

Ray-Ban innovation began in the 1920s, when new airplanes allowed people to fly higher and farther, pilots needed a solution to the intense brightness of the blue and white. That innovation continues with the lightweight, durable sunglasses we see today.

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