Throughout its almost eight decades-long histories, 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.
It is not surprising Ray-Ban Clubmaster gives you a sense of nostalgia. This immortal style has been around since the 50's when it was known as "The Browline" and was considered a manly counterpart of women's cat-eye frames. Clubmaster became famous in the 1990s: Denzel Washington wore it in Malcolm X, Tim Roth in Reservoir Dogs. Today, Ray-Ban Clubmaster is the symbol of retro and timeless, worn by intellectuals and those who lead the way to tomorrow.
The material used for the frame is lightweight plastic, providing exceptional reliability and durability. The lenses are engineered to block 100% of harmful UV rays.