AVIATOR

ON SINCE 1937

The unmistakable tear-drop lenses give a wider field of vision and boundless horizons.

The original G15 glare-free lenses were designed to ban rays - where Ray-Ban gets its name. Today the iconic style is combined with all kinds of legendary lenses.

In the 1937, the Aviator was born with a purpose: to protect us fighter pilots against the sun’s sharp rays. Forever connected to the heroes of the past, over the decades the Aviator has flown alongside those with their sights set on the sky.


WAYFARER

ON SINCE 1952

The wide viewing angle adds extra eye protection.

The shape is a mid-century classic that rivals the most iconic of designs with a culture of its own.

3D elliptical rivets are as distinctive as it gets.

wayfarer