Ray-Ban taps Scuderia Ferrari F1 Racers to design two new sunglasses – Robb Report


Ray-Ban has teamed up with two of Formula 1’s top drivers on two new pairs of sunglasses in track-ready style.

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, the official drivers of the Scuderia Ferrari team, have each personalized a pair of limited-edition sunglasses for Ray-Ban’s Scuderia Ferrari collection.

Carlos Sainz custom frames for the Spanish GP.

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Sainz eyewear offers an updated version of Ray-Ban’s beloved Clubmaster shape, with black winged eyebrows meant to evoke the spirit of Scuderia Ferrari’s new F1-75 race car, launched in February. Sainz, who is the son of a two-time world rally champion, is known for his ambition, and the yellow rubber grips and nose pads help keep the frames in place at high speeds. The color is a nod to both Ferrari’s yellow shield and the flag of its home country of Spain. They launched at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona earlier this month.

GP3 Series championship winner Leclerc has updated a pair of classic race frames whose deep rims help protect the wearer’s eyes on the track. They feature sleek gold rims and sleek brown gradient lenses that look great off-road, making them an ideal finishing touch for this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, where they will make their debut.

Ray-Ban for Scuderia Ferrari Limited Edition 2 Sunglasses

Charles Leclerc limited edition sunglasses for the Monaco GP.

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The lenses of Leclerc and Sainz sunglasses are accented with the team’s racing branded shield and Ray-Ban logos. You can pick up both limited-edition styles now for $230 on the Ray-Ban website and in select stores.

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