3 (strong sunlight),
3 (strong sunlight)
Ray-Ban Liteforce Wayfarer Tech Matte Black Green Polarized
RB4195 601S/9A 52
The Ray-Ban RB4195 Liteforce Wayfarer Tech is a version of Ray-Ban’s iconic, timeless Wayfarer is made of LiteForce, a hi-tech material with extreme performances in terms of lightness and resistance. The frames and lenses, offered in new colours, set off the silver touch of the classic ovals on the front and the logo in relief on the temple.
- Modèle : Men
- Two years warranty / Ray-Ban
- Paiement en 2x sans frais à partir de 199€
The Ray-Ban RB4195 Liteforce Wayfarer Tech provides the outstanding combination of innovative material with the unmistakable iconic wayfarer design.
Frame : Liteforce is constructed of high performance thermoplastic, which is used in various high-tech industries. First of its kind in the eyewear history, this cutting-edge material provides superior lightness, durability, flexibility, and comfort while providing an alternative to metals in terms of design and performance. This re-invention of the iconic wayfarer features a micro-fused metal logo plaque, ensuring a smooth surface.
The Ray-Ban RB4195 Liteforce Wayfarer Tech is available in a wide range of colors and polar options.
- Gender : Men
- Age : Adult
- Base : 6
- Type : Fullrim
- Size : Medium
- Rx : Rx compatible
- Made : Plastic
- Shape : Square
- Nose options : Molded nose bridge
- Color : Black
- Selections : Ray-Ban Wayfarer
- Use : Sailing
- Model : Ray-Ban Liteforce Wayfarer Tech
- UV index : 3 (strong sunlight) UV 400
- Lens Features : Polycarbonate
- Product Type : Sunglasses
- Lens color : Green Polarized
- Color : Matte Black
- Temple : 150
- Bridge : 20
- Lens option : Polarized
- Comes with : Ray-Ban leather case + microfiber cleaning cloth + storage case
- Warranty : Two years warranty / Ray-Ban
- Eye Size : 52
La marque : 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.