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Ray Ban Tech Men's/Women's Polarized Crystal Casual Sports Sunglasses Review

Updated on January 6, 2015

Ray Ban Tech

Ray Ban Tech sunglasses comprise a master collection of eyewear designed for men and women, featuring several styles, and incorporating the brand's latest achievements in materials technology and durability. In terms of design attributes, it's another all-purpose bull's eye: confident, sports-casual frames that in some variations veer towards business, even somewhat formal layout, and in others opt for a warmer look.

Rectangular and trapezoid shaped lenses dominate this collection, and Ray Ban enthusiasts will immediately notice similarities to Aviators and Predators displayed by separate models. Another addition that expands the selection is the rimless frame – the bridge and the temples attach directly to the lenses, creating a unique minimalist layout.

Ray Ban dedicate an entire section of their website to technology – explaining what they use, and how it benefits their sunglasses – Tech spectacles aggregate many of these features, and in a way become an embodiment of the virtual.

Ray Ban Tech Sunglasses
Ray Ban Tech Sunglasses

The most prominent enhancements include carbon fiber (combined with resin to produce highly durable and resistant temples), and anti-reflective coating.

Colors

Colors further emphasize the neutral spirit of Tech sunglasses. No more bright, fashion inspired exuberance characteristic of the Outdoorsman, Wayfarer, Aviator, or Jackie Ohh; here the choice is limited to black, brown, green, and silver grey, all of which create a harmonious whole together with the overall design.

Ray Ban offer five different variations of this line, the single, most consistently common property between them being the shape of the temples.

Simplicity guided Ray Ban here as well: the traditional curve at the end is minimal (this type of spectacles relies on pressure against the scull to keep the eyeweare firmly on its place), decorating an arch-like, structurally flat, but visually complex temple.

Eventually, demonstrating a clear break with aesthetic traditions, and reaching towards innovations, Tech stands out as the brand's most modern division, and provides an important alternative to the casual classics.

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