Ray-Ban Made In Japan Titanium Sunglasses

Aug 8, 2018

Category: Style

There are certain pairs of shades that make you feel like you can take on the world when you put them on and Ray-Ban definitely builds a few of them. With their Made In Japan Titanium Collection, Ray-Ban found a way to make three of their iconic sunglasses even cooler.

Revamping their Aviator, Caravan and Round sunglasses with lightweight titanium frames, Ray-Ban provides you with three handsome sun-blockers that will immediately upgrade your swagger. Each silhouette also features high-quality filigree engraving on both the front and temples, along with a brushed finishing for a sharp, dapper look. Each classic design comes in a variety of frame colorways, including antique gold, white gold and pewter, in addition to having an option for polarized lenses. If you’re looking for durable summertime shades that will never go out of fashion, you can’t go wrong with any option from this collection.

Purchase: $453

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