Where to Buy Tom Cruise Rain Man Sunglasses

Actor Tom Cruise as Charlie Babbitt wears Ray-Ban 3016 Clubmaster Sunglasses in the 1988 “Rain Man” movie. Tom Cruise made these vintage Ray-Ban sunglasses iconic fashion accessories in the 80s. Ray-Ban continues to reintroduce these shades, which have retained their appeal despite the high liking for contemporary fashion. Let’s delve into the specific features that make these shades special.

Strong Design
The long lasting frame components featured in the RB2156 Clubmaster II sunglasses guarantee you years of dependable use. For the temples and upper frame, the professionals at Ray-Ban have used a durable plastic acetate material. These shades are reinforced with metallic frames on the lower side of each lens. With this combination of durable materials, you can be sure that these beauties will not break easily. They even come with a manufacturer’s warranty that lasts for one year from the date of purchase.

Complementary Accessories
Packaged in a sleek carrier pouch, these shades are easy to carry when you are not wearing them. The protective leather hard case is small enough to fit in your pocket. What’s more, a cloth for wiping the lenses is included. The best part about these additional accessories is that they come at no extra cost.

UV Rays Protective Coating
Ray-Ban has built a reputation of putting optical health first when designing most of their sunglasses, and the RB2156 new Clubmaster II is no exception. You can protect your eyes with these shades thanks to the UV ray protective coating added on each lens. While these sunglasses are non-polarized, they come with the proprietary Ray Ban G-15 green gradient lens technology, which absorbs up to 85% of visible light.

Comfortable to Wear
The acetate-metal framing does not bulk up these shades. In fact, the sunglasses only weigh 3.2 ounces. They are very comfortable to wear and come with nose pads for added grip.

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  • William says:

    Hello likeafilmstar,
    I had a pair of these for 25 years, until the grooves became stripped because I needed prescription lenses.
    The pair I had were made by an Italian manufacturer and had several differences, the arms and half frame were flat black acetate. The other half frame was black metal.
    I don’t know which company did the knocking off but the sunglasses I had cost $225 in 1988.
    Does anyone know the Italian manufacturer and if so how can I get another pair?
    Thank You,
    William

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