Ray-Ban Wayfarer

Ray-Ban Wayfarer

I like how these came back into style. I hope they never go out of style and even if they do I'm still going to rock them!

  • Revo's been around for years, making incredibly advanced sunglasses. Though they've begun to branch out a bit, they've never focused much on passing trends, preferring to make classy, timeless eyewear. I have a pair of Revo's a... Revo's been around for years, making incredibly advanced sunglasses. Though they've begun to branch out a bit, they've never focused much on passing trends, preferring to make classy, timeless eyewear. I have a pair of Revo's and love 'em. I think they're the Reach Polarized model (pictured), but lord knows I can't tell for sure. They last for years. What's best about this model is the frameless design, making them super lightweight (1 oz.) , flexible and really hard to break. Plus they look really, stylishly cool. Revo uses top notch optics (proprietary polycarbonate. patented polarized lens production, hydro and oil-phobic coatings) to deliver superior performance. Their frames are made out of a comfy metal that hugs your head ever so slightly, while retaining its shape wonderfully. They come in cool hard-cases and usually have a 2 year warranty, double that of most other brands. The only con? You pay for all this quality. Prices start at $175 and go to $300. But you're getting a pair of shades that will last. If Revo was around in Bogart's time, he would've worn these. The shop for it link goes to zappos.com (who knew?) but I got mine in Sunglasses Hut. You may also find them in Solstice, which is a pretty cool store.

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