Ray-Ban Scuderia Ferrari Sunglasses Collection

Jun 13, 2018

Category: Style

When legendary companies like Ray-Ban and Ferrari join forces, you know that you’ll be getting something special. There’s no cooler pairing than a sleek, fast car with some cool shades, which is why this partnership makes total sense.

Inspired by the Formula 1 stars of the 1970’s, this collection definitely has a retro feel, yet all the shades were designed with the latest technology. Each pair of shades in the collection is made of Ray-Ban’s state-of-the-art, super light Lifeforce frames and thin metal temples. Our favorite is the carbon fiber Monaco Limited Edition in gunmetal; however, there’s 12 other distinct styles to choose from, ranging from angular to curvy. Designed for the F1 GOAT team, this comprehensive group of shades come in a variety of colors, including Ferrari red and Modena yellow, and each pair is inscribed with the timeless Ray-Ban and Ferrari logos. No matter which one you choose, you’re bound to look like a stylish speed demon on the road. Check out the complete collection now.

Purchase: $500

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