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Ray-Ban RB3558 Polarized Aviator Sunglasses

Ray-Ban RB3558 Polarized Aviator Sunglasses

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Are these glass lenses?
Wish we did a drop on the blue ones!
These are a deal, and I haven't had brown tinted lenses in years.
Do these come with the brown/ tan case?
any warranty on these?
How do these different from the RB3025 aviators?
d111
To my knowledge, these are the model that allows larger lenses. Then after introducing these, Ray Ban offered RB3025 with larger lenses. These may be discounted due to people who want large lenses now going to RB3025. In my case, I need the 62 mm lenses. I am getting prescription lenses, and am being offered the RB3025. BTW, decades ago I bought RB3025 sunglasses and had prescription lenses put in. Worked well...even with heavy glass lenses.
Are the lenses glass or plastic?
rburgess25
Glass. Great lenses.
rburgess25
Its plastic. I just got mine in mail. Glasses are super light.
Do these lenses shade out the eyes while you wear them or can other people still see your eyes? (That was worded very poorly but hopefully the people reading this understand what I'm asking)
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You might want to get the mirrored lenses, if what you want its that your eyes not to be seen.
DrCuello
Yeah that's what I was considering, but seeing as how these are on Massdrop I really wanted to check anyway. Thank you though.
Any chance we can get a drop for the 61mm versions?
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thrillho
Agreed! I have this size right now and it’s a bit small for my face.
is there a non-polarized option?
whylikethat
Why would you want that?
Anyone that owns these: can you speak to the weight of them? I've been wearing Maui Jim's as they are light on the bridge of my nose...I'm less likely to get a "headache effect" (that's a bit strong but hopefully you get the gist). Thanks.
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HemiSam
Agreed. Incredibly comfortable. Also very durable for such a thin frame. I’ve been wearing them for years and the only thing that I’ve needed to replace is the stems, and that’s only because they get bent from hugging people with them around my neck!
MikefromEarth
Thank you, Mike!