Ray-Ban Justin Rubber Black Grey Gradient Polarized
RB4165 622/T3 55
Ray-Ban Justin RB4165 sunglasses are one of the coolest looks in the Ray-Ban collection. The fresh new gradient frame colors, new stunning colored lenses, and its rubberized finish are fun, bold, and add a bit of edge to your style.
Ray-Ban Justin RB4165 622/T3: Rubber Black frame, Grey Gradient Polarized lenses. UV 400.
- Model : Unisex
- Two years warranty / Ray-Ban
- Payment in 2x free of charge from 199€
Ray-Ban Justin RB4165 sunglasses are one of the coolest looks in the Ray-Ban collection. Inspired by the iconic Wayfarer sunglasses, the fresh new gradient frame colors, new stunning colored lenses, and its rubberized finish are fun, bold, and add a bit of edge to your style.
Choose Ray-Ban Justin RB4165 in contrasting color combinations or matching gradient frame and lens colors. You will love the durable material and the unmistakeable Ray-Ban look of these sunglasses.
Ray-Ban gradient lenses, in trendy colors, are characterized by a gradual decrease in tint from top to bottom. They help the transition between shadow and light, inside and outside, without having to change glasses.
Ray-Ban polarized lenses, the result of more than 70 years of innovation and research, blocks more than 99% of the reflected lights.
- Gender : Unisex
- Age : Adult
- Base : 6
- Type : Fullrim
- Size : Large
- Rx : Rx compatible
- Made : Nylon
- Shape : Rectangle
- Nose Features : Molded nose bridge
- Frame Color : Black
- Temple Length : 145
- Bridge Width : 16
- Lens Width (Eye Size) : 55
- Model : Ray-Ban Justin
- UV index : UV 400
- Lens Type : Polycarbonate
- Lens Color : Grey Gradient Polarized
- Lens Features : Polarized
- Color : Rubber Black
- Product Type : Sunglasses
- Comes with : Ray-Ban leather case + microfiber cleaning cloth + storage case
- Warranty : Two years warranty / Ray-Ban
Brand : Ray-Ban
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.