Just about every true eyewear lover owns a classic pair of Ray-Bans. The style of choice is most always the Avaitor, Wayfarer, or the Clubmaster. It is safe to say that I own all three being the eyewear whore that I am. Based on my previous blogs, it is pretty clear to see that I love the Ray Ban Aviator style, however the Clubmaster is not too far behind. The Clubmaster stemmed from the Browline Ronsir designed by Jack Rohrbach in 1947. The idea behind the design was for the frame to mimic the face where the upper face of the frame resembles one's brow line, hence the name.
The face has a rounded square shape and browline design in ebony color with an artista gold rim inferior. Closer to the temples an oval pin is present that matches the artista gold inferior rim. The lens is a G-15 design which is green in color. G -15 lens helps block out 85% of visible light and allows better contrast.
The right lens has the Ray-Ban logo in the upper corner.
Model: RB3016-01 Clubmaster
Eye Size: 49 mm
Bridge Size: 20 mm
Temple Size: 140 mm
Color: Ebony Artista Gold
The temples are sleek yet plain in all black with the Ray-Bay logo in artista gold closer to the face.