Happy 75th Anniversary Ray-Ban

In celebration of the momentous feet, Ray-Ban introduces the “Ambermatic” Collection. Aviator sunglasses were originally introduced in 1936 by Ray-Ban for pilots to protect their eyes while flying. To date, they have become a staple in fashionista’s wardrobe in one form or another. For its 75th Anniversary, the company has decided to pay homage to the original teardrop lenses. Also boasting a great feature in that the light-sensitive photochromatic yellow lenses darken according to the light and temperature. Available in four styles: two Aviators, a Shooter, and an Outdoorsman; the Ambermatic Collection is limited in production with only 18,000 made worldwide, and is currently available on the company’s website. Get them while you can.

Buy now: $210

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