Ray-Ban Sunglasses for Men
After Ray-Ban sunglasses were launched in 1937, by Bausch and Lomb the U.S. Air Force became one their first clients. Ray-Ban had developed an Anti-Glare technology that used mineral glass that was green-tinted. This had the effect of filtering out ultraviolet and infrared rays. This was of great benefit, especially for pilots.
Another benefit of these early Ray-Ban sunglasses was that their frames, which were gold plated metal, weighed less than 150 grams. At this time Ray-Ban certainly set the standard for eye protection and comfort as well as style. They became a favourite of the military and civilians alike.
Today Ray-Banís frames can have a range of frames from thin, metal-like frames to carbon fiber frames, which are thicker.
Ray-Ban offer several kinds of lenses such as the G-15 lens, which very effectively reduce eyestrain and squinting and B-15 lenses which block out much of the blue light, which increases comfort and clarity.
Ray-Ban also produces polarized lenses, which eliminates glare from reflective surfaces such as from a large body of water. This is much more comfortable for anyone facing bright shiny surfaces. These sunglasses are scratch-resistant and also protect from harmful blue light. Another popular lens from Ray-Ban is the Light Adaptive lens which change to suit conditions, whether shady or bright, by becoming dark or clear as necessary.