Make the right choice by purchasing
Ray Ban's new
model sunglasses. Ray Ban 3445 Sunglasses is the perfect frame for every
occasion. Its box like lenses, gives a sophisticated and aristocratic look. With
temples that are so intricately designed, you'll definitely make the right
Box like eye shape
full rim frame
Ray Ban 3445 Sunglasses comes in the following
black / crystal green polarized
brown / crystal brown polarized
gunmetal / crystal green
gunmetal / crystal brown
shiny gunmetal / crystal green
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Ray-Ban RB3445 Sunglasses ReviewsHeadline: Great Sunglasses--awesome in the snow Was this a gift?: No Pros: Good Polarization, Lightweight, Good Protection, Comfortable, Sizing: Feels true to size Best Uses: Travel, Driving, At The Beach, Snow glare, Casual Wear, Special Occasions, Bottom Line: recommended Comments: This is my third pair of Ray-Bans that I have owned in my lifetime, and the first pair of Polarized ones. The last two pairs were destroyed--by my carelessness---sat on one pair, and dropped the others on the driveway, and ended up backing over them (ouch). I wear contact lenses, and when wearing "cheap" drugstore sunglasses, there was always a noticeable distortion in my vision. With Ray-Bans, my vision stays true. I got the polarized Ray-Bans right before we got hit with a ton of Snow this year, and it is amazing how it cuts the glare down. The only thing I noticed on the new ones is the color of the tint. I got the crystal green lenses, and they don't really look green at all. They are more smoke-gray, but if you look at certain angles, they do have a slight green to them. My last pair of un-polarized lenses were crystal green, and they clearly green. Doesn't really matter to me--still awesome sunglasses.