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Ray-Ban Sunglasses: Men's High Street Sunglasses (RB4147) $57.20, Women's Classic G-15 $44, More + 2.5% SD Cashback (PC Req'd) + Free Shipping

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Ashford.com [ashford.com] offers an Extra 12% Off Select Ray-Ban Men's or Women's Sunglasses w/ code ASHRB12. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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Site is legit. I've bought from them before. However, if you need to return, the shipping, trackable and insured is on you, so make sure you know how those are going too fit on your face.
I've also noticed that most of the Sunglasses on clearance are small lens sizes. I personally like big lenses, 59mm to 63mm. So make sure you know what you are getting so you don't have to pay for return.
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I think they are non-polarized, according to the details
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Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
Italian brands ftw

Meanwhile in America we cant even make a single style of sunglasses without copying Italy/Europe.
To be fair, that's how everything works when it comes to preference and style. One country makes something everyone likes and everyone else copies it.
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Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
Italian brands ftw

Meanwhile in America we cant even make a single style of sunglasses without copying Italy/Europe.
No one wants American sunglasses with beer holders on them.
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I think they are non-polarized, according to the details
Just going by the photo on the website. It does show the "P" for polarized on the right lens.
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Just going by the photo on the website. It does show the "P" for polarized on the right lens.
Yes, I did notice that, although it doesn't say that in the description but I believe it probably will be polarized
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Quote from KikeSaltos :
Site is legit. I've bought from them before. However, if you need to return, the shipping, trackable and insured is on you, so make sure you know how those are going too fit on your face.
I've also noticed that most of the Sunglasses on clearance are small lens sizes. I personally like big lenses, 59mm to 63mm. So make sure you know what you are getting so you don't have to pay for return.
Placed and order for a pair but didn't look at the lens size now I'm having second thoughts.. Is 35mm a small lens? I got the ones that go all across, look big on the picture.
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Site is fake. I purchased 3 pairs on the last posting all of the raybans were fake. Don't listen to the people saying it's legit. They don't know what they are looking at. Really good fakes. When you get them though the paint that says made in China on the arms will scrape off like chalk and there will be no model numbers on the bridges.
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Meanwhile if you want a deal on real raybans checkout Nordstrom rack website.
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These or polarized Bircen carbon fiber?
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Quote from SergioM4184 :
Site is fake. I purchased 3 pairs on the last posting all of the raybans were fake. Don't listen to the people saying it's legit. They don't know what they are looking at. Really good fakes. When you get them though the paint that says made in China on the arms will scrape off like chalk and there will be no model numbers on the bridges.
Damn. Well that blows, I guess I'll do a chargeback after they arrive. Thanks for the heads up and Ill definitely check them out for myself, but dang
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I think they are non-polarized, according to the details
Some of them are. And is mentioned in the description
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Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
Italian brands ftw

Meanwhile in America we cant even make a single style of sunglasses without copying Italy/Europe.
Ironic. You should do a little research about Ray Ban and Bausch and Lomb and the crappy Italian conglomerate company (Luxottica) that bought them (along with almost all luxury sunglasses names) and the quality slide that happened after. Check prices on eBay for a vintage pair of BL Cat's Eyes, or BL Ray Ban Aviators when they were American made and designed. Hold a pair of BL RBs and compare Vs the lightweight flimsy ones Lux makes now. The only brand from Luxottica I would buy at full price is Persol, as 'Lux' maintains a high quality from that label.
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