BING SURF SHOP – Ray Ban Sun Glasses

February 13, 2014

Ray Ban sunglasses have been around since 1937 and started with the Aviator which was produced to help pilots dealing with headaches and nausea while flying. The sun was affecting them and the Aviator glasses were the solution. Then in 1952 Ray Ban created the ever popular Wayfarer sunglasses. These quickly became popular for Hollywood movies and celebrities and is probably the most copied style of sunglasses today. Ray Ban has been around a long time and continues to set the standard for classic American style.
Bing Surf Shop carries a wide selection of the Ray Ban classics along with the new frames of today. We’re sure you’ll find a pair that’ll fit you perfectly. With Spring just around the corner come down and get a jump on your sun protection with a pair of original Ray Ban sunglasses.

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