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Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- G-15 glass lens blocks all but 13% of visible light and offers complete UV400 protection and true-to-life colors
- G-31 silver mirror lens block all but 12% of visible light and offer excellent comfort in glaring light conditions
- Item #RBN0087
- Q & A
- Fit: True to size
I got this for a friend. He is very pleased with them, talked great about the polarized feature, fit perfect, doesn't Make him uncomfortable as he said said that sun glasses usually make him feel uncomfy
even thou his face is kind of big the glasses doesn't look tiny on him at all, I own ray ban and I have no complains at all, plus they last forever if you take care of them that is.
A must for Jeep owners. JK! ...shorta
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Again purely a style choice so all a matter of perspective. I myself think they a crisp classic look. They're truly distinctive as Ray Ban at first glance. I've had these for a good long while an many times cringe when I see them buried in the center council with pens and loose change underneath a purse that I'm pretty sure contains a bowling ball, yet they are to this day remarkably unscratched. The bows got pretty badly flattened once, but was able to form them back to their original shape with my thumb and forefinger. I love them, it's as simple as that.
Ray-Ban Caravan Sunglasses
What size lens are these? 58mm or 55mm?
The silver frame and the mirror lens, are...
The silver frame and the mirror lens, are the mirror lenses black or grey? Or are they another color?
The Crystal G31 Mirror lens on the Ray-Ban Caravan Sunglasses is definitely more of a grey than black.