Ray-Ban’s Shooter line of over-sized aviator sunglasses has long been known for its traditional tear-drop shaped lenses. But the 2017 edition of these classic shades join the two sides in a single piece, wrap-around style that continues the lens across the bridge to form a shield.
Unlike the original Aviator sunglasses that came in just gray or green lenses, the new Ray-Ban Blaze Shooter Sunglasses ($170) offer the choice of six colorways total. While dropping gray, Ray-Ban Shooter Aviator sunglasses can be found with pink, violet, and orange mirror lenses, alongside two shades of green; classic and dark. The frames are gold, black, silver, and bronze and each includes the cross-bridge support behind the central shield. As usual, each Ray-Ban lens is especially UV-coated to reduce glare while maintaining a stylish look and excellent viability.
With more than 70 years of experience behind the new Ray-Ban Shooter sunglasses, the new single piece lens comes as a natural evolution in eyesight protection from the sun.