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The Ray Ban RB5228 2012 In Dark Havana

Click Here To Buy The Ray Ban RB5228 2012 In Dark HavanaWhen it comes to buying optical frames, everywhere people love to buy spectacles that have been worn by celebrities.

This tells us two things; that the frames are popular, and that the frames are fashionable enough to be seen in. These frames belong to a brand that is well known for its popularity with the celebrities. Everybody loves a pair of Ray Bans.

This post is a review on the Ray Ban RB5228 which happens to be one of the company's best-selling optical frame this year. The elegant tortoise shell design is the people's favourite choice for this model, topping the usual colour choice of black. The tortoise shell effect gives the glasses a timeless look that would suit people who appreciate simple, classic eyewear styles.


The sleek and stylish look of this frame is a hit with both the men and women however the glasses were originally designed for men. If you're concerned of how the spectacles will look on you, take a look at our female and male model. As you can see, they look equally fantastic! Wearing glasses can enhance your personality and show off your fashion style so wear your eyewear with confidence. The frame type of this model is acetate which is a thermo-plastic material.

To create the tortoise shell effect, small acetate cubes of various autumnal colours such as amber, orange, ochre, brown and black are placed together, compressed and then heated to create a single sheet of acetate. The complete process to produce one pair of designer spectacles can take around two months. Every designer frame is mainly produced by hand with the help of manual-operated machinery. When shopping online, you'll find the price of the RB5228 2012 in dark havana very affordable.

Ray Ban offers high-quality, retro-inspired eyewear that is iconic, timeless, and always on-trend. The brand's massive celebrity cult following includes singers, Hollywood actors, supermodels and elite fashionistas. This year, the company celebrates its 75th year of establishment. The company was founded in 1937 by Bausch and Lomb but then was acquired by the Luxottica Group in 1999.