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Ray-Ban Balorama Reloaded

Decades before wraparound shades became a staple on beaches throughout the world, Ray-Ban pioneered the style in the late '60s with a style called the Balorama. Born in 1967, the brand is bringing it back for its Reloaded series with two new limited editions that resurrect the rectangular, wrapped shape. Limited to 250 piecs per style, the frames feature colorways that come straight from the archives with a gray frame with green G15 lenses and a blue frame with blue lenses, both of which feature double rivet detailing that are secured to five-barrel hinges. 


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