Ray-Ban 3016M Clubmaster Wood
The Ray-Ban case is worth studying. The Aviator model was created in 1936 and the mythical Wayfarer in 1953. After being one of the most acclaimed sunglasses brands up to the early 90s, Ray-Ban seemed to lose momentum for a while only to reappear on the market a few years ago and gain more success than ever.
Its secret has always been to associate its name with youngsters and music. Hipsters (and non-hipsters) worldwide hailed its return and definitively turned these shades into the ultimate icon of popular culture.
Clubmaster (1986) is one of Ray-Ban’s most famous models and now the American firm has delivered a new wood-framed version of these classic sunnies to prove once again that it’s able to evolve with the times. Ray-Ban knows how to make its trend-conscious audience happy. We’re convinced you’ll fall for this model just as much as we have.
There are three choices of wood: maple, cherry and walnut, which are combined with a rubber interior in different colors. This rubber detail guarantees maximum comfort and durability, as well as adding a casual twist. Since the glasses are made by hand, every piece has unique knots in the wood so you can be sure that no two are alike.
If you’ve always loved the Clubmaster model but are also seeking that singular touch for your accessories (after all, you don’t want to look the same as everyone else you come across in the street, right?), take your pick and place your order.
The warmth of wood is ideal for a nonchalant outfit. The colored rubber inside affords an unmistakably youthful air, while the timeless classicism of the design will add that elegant distinction you don’t want to lose. It sounds like the perfect choice, doesn’t it?