Ray-Ban RB38 1612 Clubmaster double bridge is an instantly recognisable frame. The double bridge gives this particular frame a unique twist whilst still maintaining the original ‘Clubmaster’ design and features. The Clubmaster double bridge frames have adjustable nose pads, meaning increased comfort for those that want to wear frames for a long period of time. Ray-Ban offer the frames in five different colours. We can also offer our customers the lenses in a variety of different styles. The lenses are scratch resistant, impact resistant and weatherproof with 100% UVA and UVB protection. Making the clubmaster double bridge frames ideal for somebody that enjoys being outdoors.
This versatile frame has a classically styled semi-rimless, Clubmaster shaped frame with a large acetate top rim and an opposingly, slender, curved metal top bar. This model is both practical and also fashion-forward and would be an asset to any holiday giving a stylish, unique look.
This light brown frame against the pink gradient lenses gives a really exclusive and contemporary look which would make any of our customers stand out.
The pink gradient lenses on this particular frame offer the greatest amount of contrast and improves visual depth. These lenses also provide clear vision in sunny, cloudy, and snowy weather conditions meaning they are perfectly suited to any of our customers that enjoy spending time outside or engage in outdoor activities. Although these lenses look stylish, they are also very practical as they provide the clearest road visibility so would be very useful for somebody that spends a lot of time driving. They also reduce eye strain whilst keeping you up to date with the latest trends.
- Square shape
- Lens size is 55mm
- Bridge size is 21mm
- Temple length size is 145mm
The timeless frame is also available with different frame and lens colours that are offered on our website, allowing you to personalise the frame to suit your style.
This product includes a Ray-Ban sunglasses case and also a cleaning cloth.
Free delivery within the UK