The first browline frames date back to 1947, with the style gaining popularity in the '50s and falling out of favor in the late '60s/early '70s. A resurgence in popularity caused Ray-Ban to introduce the Clubmaster in the '80s, and it quickly became the company's third best-selling model. It remains popular to this day, with its mix of a Wayfarer-style acetate topline and a metal rim around the glass lenses giving it a timeless look that's both sporty and elegant. Available in black or tortoise, both with G-15 green lenses and an included carrying case and cloth.
Lens Height: 42.3 mm / Bridge Width: 21 mm / Temple Length: 140 mm