Ray-Ban Meteor Sunglasses

Apr 12, 2017

Category: Style

Drunk driving, filterless cigarettes, led paint. There are certain things from the 1950s and 1960s that we’ve just moved on from as a culture. Ray-Ban’s Meteor Sunglasses, however, are not one of them.

Part of the brand’s Reloaded collection, these timelessly cool shades are making a limited comeback in a shiny black, tortoise shell, and light brown tortoise shell variant. Unfortunately for most of us, they will not likely outlast their 5 day only sale period. While most companies look for some ways to update or change their existing products, Ray-Ban is in the unique position of just needing to pluck an old pair of sunglasses from their large catalogue and put them back on the market. No one, whether lovers of mid-century design more generally, or this style of sunglasses specifically, can resist these classic shades one bit. You can try and get yourself a pair of these classic sunblockers for the summer so long as you buy them before the 14th of this month.

Purchase: $170+

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