Ray-Ban again pays homage to years gone by with the Ray-Ban RB3016 112685 51 tortoiseshell and orange clubmaster sunglasses, with the original clubmaster style introduced in the 1950s. Each time you wear the Ray-Ban clubmasters you can almost hear Chuck Berry playing guitar and as you look in the mirror visions of James Dean walking down the red carpet on opening night run through your head. The sunglasses come in tortoiseshell with orange acetate trim with silver metal rims and detailing along with a crystal brown lens. All of the Ray-Ban clubmaster sunglasses come with the Ray-Ban printed logo on the top right hand corner of the right lens and the discreet RB logo is etched into the left lens. Ray-Ban needs no introduction founded in 1937 the brand was an instant success and has remained the market leader ever since. Endorsed by almost every celebrity on the planet at some point Ray-Ban sunglasses have now become a wardrobe essential. To celebrate their 75th anniversary Ray-Ban created the Never Hide campaign, inspired by true stories of true individuals who were not afraid to be different and stood up for what they believed in, over the course of their history.