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Replacement glass lenses for Ray-Ban 52mm, 55mm, 58mm and 62mm Aviator, Outdoorsman and Shooter frames

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Replacement glass lenses for Ray-Ban 52mm, 55mm, 58mm and 62mm Aviator, Outdoorsman and Shooter frames

For the 52mm Small Aviator, 55mm Medium Aviator, 58mm Regular Aviator and 62mm Large Aviator, Large Outdoorsman and Shooter

These lenses are cut in our lab and have no logo's printed on them

Determine what size Ray-Ban frames you have by reading the information stamped of the crossbars and u-shaped bridge (see illustration above)

We have 4 sizes of lenses with a choice of 6 different lenses for these frames; (note: we do not offer plastic non-prescription lenses for these frames, nor do we recommend using plastic lenses in these frames)

  • B-15 Brown (Kontraster) Glass, all weather lenses 39.90 pair
  • Changeable Grey Glass, Photochromic lenses that darken and lighten depending on lighting conditions 49.90 pair
  • Changeable Brown Glass, Photochromic lenses that darken and lighten depending on lighting conditions 49.90 pair
  • Polarized G-15 GreyGreen Glass lenses 69.90 pair (the original Ray-Ban G-15 GreyGreen color, not shown here)
  • Polarized B-15 Brown Kontraster all weather Glass lenses 69.90 pair

These custom-made lenses are cut in our Lab using the most modern computerized edging equipment, we use the same glass lens blanks as the major brands, the only difference is there is no Logo's on these lenses. Fit is guaranteed or you may return them for a refund.

Check the link on top of this webpage titled "Selecting Sunglasses" to help you choose which lens works best for your particular applications.

These lenses will fit these frames:

The 62mm size lenses fit: RB3026 Aviator Large Metal II (we always called it the "Large Aviator" in our catalog, the RB3029 Outdoorsman II (which we always called the "Large Outdoorsman" in our catalog), and the RB3138 "Shooter" (which we always called the "Shooter", this is the Original size of the Shooter that has been around for over 50 years). Lens width is 62mm or 2 7/16". These lenses are made in our lab and will not have a Ray-Ban logo on them.

The 58mm size lenses fit: RB3025 Aviator regular Metal (this is the most popular size, in our catalog we have been calling this one the "Aviator"), RB3029 Outdoorsman (in our catalog we have always called this one the "Outdoorsman"), and a very old frame that has been out of production for a long time, the "Vagabond"--this is a plastic "pilot" shaped frame, and the smaller model of the "Shooter" which was only been on the market a few years. Lens width is 58mm or 2 5/16"(note that one illustration above shows a 2 1/4" wide measurement, it it supposed to be 2 5/16"). These lenses are made in our lab and will not have a Ray-Ban logo on them.

The 55mm size lenses fit: RB3025 Aviator Medium MetThese lenses are made in our lab and will not have a Ray-Ban logo on them.al (this size has only been available a few years), in our catalog we have been calling this one the "Medium Aviator").  Lens width is 55mm or 2 3/16". These lenses are made in our lab and will not have a Ray-Ban logo on them.

The 52mm size lenses fit: RB3044 or Small Metal (this size has been available a long time, although they have discontinued it a few times), this one is not in our catalog now, we used to call this one the "Small Aviator").  Lens width is 52mm or 2 1/16". These lenses are made in our lab and will not have a Ray-Ban logo on them.

 

Changeable Grey (darkened state)

 

 

 Kontraster lenses (brown) or Changeable Brown

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G-15 GreyGreen color or American Grey

available in Polarized Glass only

Colors available:

Changeable Grey on the top, Kontraster at center, G-15 American Grey on bottom (Polarized glass only), plus Changeable Grey and Brown lenses

How to tell for sure what your Ray-Ban frame size is:

The brow bar on all Ray-Ban metals (the part in the middle of the frame) has the frame and bridge size stamped on it in tiny letters (you may need a magnifying glass to read it). It will have something like 58 (then a small square) 16 stamped on it. This means it is a 58mm size frame with a 16mm wide bridge (spacing between the lenses). On the "Aviator" shaped frames it could have a 52, 55, 58, 62 or even a 64 stamped on it.

 

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Please Note: On the lens selection menu these lenses are custom-cut in our lab and will not have the Ray-Ban logo on them.

Prices are for one pair (sold in pairs only) of glass lenses.

Note about Ray-Ban counterfeit glasses: The sale of Ray-Ban counterfit sunglasses is rampant in the U.S. We get people ordering replacement lenses then calling to say they don't fit. If you order the correct size, they will fit, if the glasses you have are counterfeit, they probably won't. We get a lot of counterfeit glasses sent to us for repair, some of the copies are really good, but we can tell them apart instantly. If you bought some from other than an Authorized Dealer, there is a good chance they are counterfeit. Before you buy Ray-Ban sunglasses, check their website at http://www.ray-ban.com/usa, at the top of the website you'll find the link "Store Locator", type in the zip code of the store you are buying from, it should be listed. Ebay, flea markets, and other such outlets are the primary source of the counterifeits. If they are too cheap to be true, they are probably fakes. One way to tell if it's a Ray-Ban, on the metal frames, is to turn the frame upside-down, then looking at the top bar that holds the lenses together it should read the lens and bridge size. Like on the 62mm frame shown in the illustration above, the top bar will have this stamped in it: Ray-Ban 62 square 14. If there is nothing stamped in it, it's not a genuine Ray-Ban.

 

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