Ray-Ban Resurrects Their 1968 Aviator Olympian Sunglasses

Jul 31, 2019

Category: Style

In 1968, the legendary sunglass brand reworked the iconic shape of the classic Aviator silhouette to create a new model specifically for Olympians. Now the model is back in the form of the Ray-Ban Aviator Olympian Reloaded Sunglasses.

There are two exclusive color combinations to choose from: a light bronze frame with B15 brown lenses and a light gray frame with classic G15 lenses. The pilot lenses are wrapped in a pair of acetate frames and are joined via one golden metal brow bar that runs from ear to ear seamlessly. These rare shades are perfect for just about any event with its classic profile and a touch of luxury. Unfortunately, these stylish sunglasses are bound to fly off the shelves and are limited to 210 examples. Check out Ray-Ban’s site to see if you can grab a pair for $183.

Purchase: $183

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