Ray-Ban RB2319 Olympian I Sunglasses

Ray-Ban RB2319 Olympian I Sunglasses

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  • Frame Metal frame with elevated bridge
  • Lenses Sophisticated hues with Ray-Ban branding
  • Fit Unisex design with a sleek design, available in one size (62 only)
  • Accessories Includes Ray-Ban case and microfibre cloth

Our View

Glistening metallic temples stretching from ear to ear, the Ray-Ban Olympian I sunglasses wear their golden crown like the true champions they really are. A seamless silhouette is formed by their elevated bridge and their sleek design.

Ray-Ban's View

These 1960s icons boast a wrap style and sleek design. Temples reach from ear to ear for a seamless effect. An elevated bridge for a streamlined silhouette.

Ray-Ban RB2319 Olympian I Sunglasses

About This Frame

Frame Materials

Stainless Steel: Each of these premium metal frames undergoes 70 manufacturing processes and several coatings and treatments to maximise durability and corrosion resistance.

Traditional Pin Hinges: Stainless steel pin hinges give a sturdy, corrosion-resistant finish.

Shape & Fit

Base Curve 6: This flatter shape gives a fashionable, edgy look to the sunglasses with the lenses sitting further away from the eyes.

Bridge: Saddle-style fixed bridge.

Accessories

This model includes a pop-secured leather-style case and microfibre cleaning cloth.

Dimensions for the Ray-Ban RB2319 Olympian I are as follows:

Lens Width
Bridge
Lens Height
Temple
62.0mm
19.0mm
38.0mm
125.0mm
£90.99
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