Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer Sunglasses,Tortoise Frame/Crystal Green Polarized Lens,55 mm

November 17, 2013 - Comment

Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer sunglasses are a slightly smaller interpretation on the most famous style in sunwear. The iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer is immediately recognizable anywhere in the world. The Ray-Ban signature logo is displayed on both sculpted temples. The New Wayfarer flaunts a softer eye shape than the original and offers both classic and fashion

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Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer sunglasses are a slightly smaller interpretation on the most famous style in sunwear. The iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer is immediately recognizable anywhere in the world. The Ray-Ban signature logo is displayed on both sculpted temples. The New Wayfarer flaunts a softer eye shape than the original and offers both classic and fashion bright color options. These sunglasses allow the wearer to enjoy a classic, celebrated style while adding their own individuality. The RB2132 New Wayfarer sunglasses are prescription friendly and come in polarized.

Product Features

  • Protective Case included
  • Lenses are prescription ready (Rx-able)
  • Item comes in different colored case packs

Comments

Adam B. says:

A Classic, But a Note on Fit: If your considering buying the Wayfarer by Ray-Ban, you already know it as a cultural staple, worn by everyone from Dylan to The Blues Brothers. But, as cool as the shades are, be careful when it comes to fit. The “New” Wayfarer is substantially smaller then the old style, as well as being a tad more modern, not dominating the face as the old kind do.The “New” style also comes in two sizes, 52mm and 55mm. I received the 52 only to find them to be a bit too small (I am an average size male), once I returned them for the 55 I was more then satisfied. So in conclusion I would recommend the new style Wayfarer to those wanting the signature look of the style, but with perhaps a bit less obtrusive frame. 55mm is average size, while 52mm would be for females or even some children.

Sherman says:

52mm vs 55mm; polarized vs non-p; tortoise vs black; 2132 vs 2140 I ordered 3 pairs: black, polarized, 55mm; tortoise, non-polarized, 52mm; tortoise, non-polarized, 55mm, so I was able to compare the sizes, colors and polarized feature of these glasses. Here we go.1. Authenticity: All of the 3 pairs were sold by Amazon.com, and they all seemed genuine to me. Not even a doubt. Solid and clear. I did notice that the black pair was missing the engraved “RB” on the back of the left lenses. I don’t know why.2. Polarized: The polarized feature doesn’t bother me at all in reading LCD screens, nor does it improve the view much (it cuts out a little more light, but not much difference).3. Sizing: I am a small guy and have narrow face. The 52mm is definitely for children: a bit tight (even for me) and looks like a toy; The 55mm looks great, although i feel they can be loose sometimes (look good, but wear loose). I strongly recommend 55mm if you have to get these, unless you are buying for your kids.4. Looks:…

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