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Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Sunglasses

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Ray-Ban New Wayfarer Sunglasses

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Aviator Camouflage Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Aviator Camouflage Sunglasses

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Round Fleck Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Round Fleck Sunglasses

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RB4221 Sunglasses

Ray-Ban RB4221 Sunglasses

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RB2180 Sunglasses

Ray-Ban RB2180 Sunglasses

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How to Choose Lifestyle Sunglasses

Guide

Polarized

Give your eyes a break with polarized sunglasses. They reduce glare off reflective surfaces like water and snow, enhancing your vision and reducing eyestrain. This makes polarized lenses ideal for activities on the water like fishing and boating, or snowsports like skiing and snowboarding. They're also great for driving.

Photochromic

Photochromic lenses change tint in response to available light, allowing more or less visible light transmission as you need it. So no matter where you are or what the weather's doing, your shades are just right. Highly versatile and convenient, photochromic sunglasses may be more expensive, but they'll be the only pair you'll need.

Interchangeable

Interchangeable sunglasses allow you to quickly switch out lenses when lighting conditions change, when a lens is damaged, or simply when you feel like going for a different look. Most come with two sets of lenses, one for sunny days and another for lower-light conditions; additional replacement lenses are often available.