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Ray-Ban Justin Classic Polarized Sunglasses $80 each + free s/h

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I've had the same pair of ray-bans since 2014 and they finally broke on me, I guess it's time for another pair, Thanks OP!
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I've had the same pair of ray-bans since 2014 and they finally broke on me, I guess it's time for another pair, Thanks OP!
Sales Website and Company Website doesn't say what the lens material is... Glass or plastic?
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Sales Website and Company Website doesn't say what the lens material is... Glass or plastic?
Not glass
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Not glass
While this is not entirely inaccurate, Ray-Ban no longer manufactures lenses that are 100 percent glass. However, they offer crystal sunglass lenses, which are manufactured with a 50/50 mix of glass and polycarbonate. Crystal lenses are often referred to as glass lenses since they technically contain glass.

Bummer I use to always buy Ray Ban's pre 2000 just because they were one of the few companies sticking with glass.
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While this is not entirely inaccurate, Ray-Ban no longer manufactures lenses that are 100 percent glass. However, they offer crystal sunglass lenses, which are manufactured with a 50/50 mix of glass and polycarbonate. Crystal lenses are often referred to as glass lenses since they technically contain glass.

Bummer I use to always buy Ray Ban's pre 2000 just because they were one of the few companies sticking with glass.
Literally the ray ban product page says "not glass". You're not incorrect, I'm just relaying verbatim what was on the mfr website
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I've had a pair of these for a few years. They're solid glasses. I got mine on sale for $120 so this is a deal.
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I've had a pair of these for a few years. They're solid glasses. I got mine on sale for $120 so this is a deal.
Which lens do you own? I'm wondering how dark the blue shade actually is and if it even looks blue? Hard to tell from the pictures.
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I've tried and returned these exact sunglasses. Absolute garbage, ray ban quality has gone to complete shit much like Oakley. I have Oakley's and Rayban's from 8 years ago that are way nicer, sturdier, and more durable. Pathetic how bad these products have become after the Luxxotica buyouts.
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This is definitely a deal! Have a pair in black and lost my pair in tortoise. Never seen these under $100! Thanks OP!
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I thought it said Ray Ban Junior and thought no way I'm buying my kid $80 sunglasses.
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I've purchased two pairs of these over the years. I prefer the looks of these over the traditional Wayfinders. At $80, it's a great deal.
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Which lens do you own? I'm wondering how dark the blue shade actually is and if it even looks blue? Hard to tell from the pictures.
They def look blue and aren't too dark. I prefer the brown lenses for a more natural light but the blue is a close second
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I thought it said Ray Ban Junior and thought no way I'm buying my kid $80 sunglasses.
Agree. Live my old sunglasses from 10 years ago. These new cheaply made glasses are good for the trash bin.
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