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Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses were first released in the 1960s. Since then they have been one of the top 3 most popular sunglasses styles, along with aviators and wayfarers.
Clubmasters are browline frames, named for the bold upper portion of the frame in front of your eyebrows. They have a classic retro look that has made these frames best sellers throughout the last decade for both eyeglasses frames and sunglasses.
Browline glasses tend to be larger frames. Their shape can work to widen the appearance of your forehead. Since they are rounded on the bottom, they can also help soften hard, linear features.
We have a guide for determining your face shape: Types of Sunglasses
Clubmasters tend to look best on the following face shapes:
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GlassesUSA has eyewear from the top brands in the industry, including Ray-Ban Clubmaster classic sunglasses. They offer free shipping in the United States and 100% money back guarantee for 14 days after receiving your order.
Warby Parker is our number one recommendation for presciption glasses and sunglasses. They don't carry Ray-Ban products because they design, manufacture, and ship all of their frames in house.
They do carry a number of browline sunglasses that have the unique "clubmaster" shape.
Their home try-on program lets you choose 5 frames to try for free. They'll ship you the frames and give you 5 days to try them all on. Then simply put them in the prepaid return label and order any you'd like.
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Warby Parker has stylish, high-quality frames at affordable prices.
Liingo Eyewear is another great option to buy glasses online.
EyeBuyDirect has a wide variety of budget frames starting at $6.
1-800 Contacts is our #1 recommendation to buy contacts online.
GlassesUSA has a huge selection of contacts, glasses, & sunglasses.
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