Ray-Ban General RB3561 Polarized Glass Sunglasses

Lens Color: Green Classic G-15
Frame Color: Black
Size: Standard
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Were Mac with us today, the updated styling of Ray-Ban® General RB3561 Polarized Glass Sunglasses for Men would surely pass his muster. These are the aviator glasses he favored, with the lenses just slightly squared and fitted with a more prominent brow assembly to modernize both fit and function – yet the General's original chutzpah remains. With polarized glass lenses for outdoor glare reduction and a sturdy steel frame, Ray-Ban General Sunglasses should garner instant approval. A great look, with or without corncob pipe. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: RB3561.

  • MacArthur's classic aviators, updated
  • Polarized glass lenses for glare reduction
  • Slightly squared-off lens design
  • More prominent brow assembly
  • Modern fit and function
  • Sturdy steel frame
  • Bold, brash, and full of original spirit

About Ray-Ban lenses

Classic: Created in 1937, the classic lens was originally developed for military use. Classic lenses are available in many styles, including the popular G-15 and B-15 lens. These lenses offer a high degree of clarity, comfort and protection, blocking out a majority of blue light and prevents 85% visible light from passing through the lens.

Mirror: The mirror coating features an advanced technological coating to help reduce glare and increase contrast for greater visual comfort, while also providing a stylish look.

Flash Mirror: The same great technological coating as the mirror lens significantly decreases glare, with an additional bold and stylized flash coating.

Gradient: Gradient lenses are characterized by a smooth transition from a solid color to a transparent shade of the same color.

Photochromic: Sensitive to light exposure and adaptable to every kind of environment. The UV400 protection ensures almost complete protection for the eye. (99%-100%).

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