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For five days only, Ray-Ban is reviving the ’60s Meteor Frames in limited quantities and styles. Part of the Ray-Ban Reloaded project, the Meteor will be available in shiny black with polarized green classic lenses, shiny stripped Havana tortoise with brown classic lenses, and shiny Havana tortoise with light brown gradient lenses. Each pair is made with acetate frames and lenses that will protect you from harmful UV rays. Those are all pretty standard options when it comes to Ray-Ban sunglasses, but the Meteor sets itself apart with a Wayfarer-esque style that’s been updated with a slightly flared rim. You get the same wearable style of the Wayfarer line with a little extra touch of cool and a #Reloaded badge on the temples. Each of the new Ray-Ban Meteor sunglasses variations are limited to 200 pieces and will be available until the end of the week.

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