The original version of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer has been re-released and crafted exactly as it was, from the materials to the exact proportions. The Ray-Ban RB2140 Original Wayfarer is available in 3 eyesizes (47, 50 and 54mm) and many frame color / lens combinations.
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The Ray-Ban RB2140 Original Wayfarer, first launched in 1952, has not been made in decades!
The original version of the Ray-Ban RB2140 Original Wayfarer has been re-released and crafted exactly as it was, from the materials to the exact proportions.
Now available in a very wide range of colors, the iconic status of the Ray-Ban RB2140 Original Wayfarer perhaps first began in 1961, when on Hollywood's silver screen Audrey Hepburn highlighted her glamourous gaze with a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. And who could forget Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi in the film Blues Brothers or Tom Cruise's sporting them in Risky Business (1983).
Available in 3 eyesizes (47, 50 and 54mm) and many frame color / lens combinations. As an iconic style of sunglasses, Ray-Ban RB2140 Original Wayfarer always make a statement. Choose a classic pair of black-framed Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses from a variety of lens treatments including crystal green, crystal grey gradient, G-15 polarized and more.
Find here the Ray-Ban history. Timeless, authentic and imaginative, the Ray-Ban collection remains true to its classic heritage, while continuously evolving to meet today's fashion demands. Ray-Ban sunwear provides timeless style with models like the classic Wayfarer and Aviator while also offering exciting new styling innovations in keeping with today's contemporary urban fashion. Worldwide, Ray-Ban is recognized as the sunglass brand everybody loves. Ray-Ban is a high-end manufacturer of sunglasses, founded in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb, on commission of the United States Air Force. In 1999, Bausch & Lomb sold the brand to the Italian Luxottica Group. Ray-Ban was responsible for creating two of the most imitated sunglass models on the planet: the Ray-Ban Aviator and the Ray-Ban Wayfarer.