Ray-Ban 1971 Square Classic
- Shape: Oversized Square - A bold and distinctive shape that echoes the flamboyant style of the 70s, offering a striking yet sophisticated look that complements a variety of face shapes.
- Material: Metal - A durable and lightweight material that promises longevity, ensuring that these sunglasses will be a staple in your collection for years to come.
- Temple Tips: Slim, Flat Havana - These temple tips not only offer a comfortable fit but also add a touch of elegance to the overall design, harmoniously blending with the metal frames to create a cohesive look.
- Iconic Green Lenses: A classic choice that offers a cool and calming view, reducing eye strain and providing excellent protection against UV rays.
- Crystal Gradient: A fashionable option that transitions smoothly from one color to another, offering a unique and stylish look that adds a touch of sophistication to your outfit.
- Evolve Gradients: A dynamic option that adapts to varying light conditions, offering optimal visual comfort and clarity while ensuring protection from harmful rays.
- Tips: Flat Havana - A subtle yet stylish choice that complements the metal frames, adding a touch of class to this flashy look.
- Range: Available in a range of solid and gradient options, allowing you to choose a style that perfectly matches your personality and fashion sense.
- Comfortable Fit: These sunglasses are designed to fit comfortably and confidently on your face, promising a secure fit without compromising on style.
- Flashy Look with a Strong Foundation: The simply constructed metal frames pair harmoniously with the slim, flat Havana temple tips, giving this flashy look a strong and stable foundation.
Polarized lenses are designed to reduce glare from reflective surfaces such as water, snow, and pavement. The lenses contain a special filter that blocks horizontal light waves, which are the primary cause of glare. This results in clearer vision, better contrast, and reduced eye strain. Polarized lenses are particularly useful for outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, and skiing, where glare can be a significant problem.