Ray-Ban

Cats Classic RB41257 10/51 Havana and Brown Lenses Sunglasses

$ 155
  • Product Notes

    These sunglasses are a contemporary reinterpretation of Ray-Ban’s iconic military-inspired aviator, with tortoiseshell plastic frames and gradient brown lenses.


    For any questions and styling advice, please contact us at: shop@therakemagazine.com.

  • Delivery & returns

    This product is in Italy. It will be dispatched in 2 weeks.


    We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.


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The Story

There is a reason Ray-Ban is as much a household name as some of its wearers. From Hepburn’s Hollie Gollightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Tom Cruise’s Maverick in Top Gun to counter-culture favourite Peter Honda’s Wyatt in Easy Rider, the sunglasses worn by the stars are as famous for their on-screen presence as their off-screen wearability. Originally designed to create aviation sunglasses that reduced the glare for pilots in the 1930s, Ray-Ban lenses outlived their wartime demand and held their ground as seriously covetable, unfailingly cool eyewear with an authentic history not many can compete with. Almost a century on, the old-school aesthetic remains uncompromised and their universally flattering appeal unchanged. Not only are Ray-Bans timeless and versatile, the brand’s cutting edge technology provides optimum protection against UVA/UVB rays.

The Aviator style is the unchallenged classic, perfectly paired with our Chapal leather jacket and Gaziano & Girling Commando boots to combat the cold with a military edge.



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