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Ray-Ban

The Most Incredable selection on the island

Throw in an assortment of over 650 pairs, we are dedicated to ensuring that you find what you want. Every model in every size and every color is represented in our store.

The latest collections

In fact there will be colors you have yet to see, as we bring in international colors of popular styles! Wayfarers, Clubmasters, Aviators, Daddy-o's, Ice-pops, & more.

The best prices in Hawaii

When you finally settle on the pair you want, be assured that we will Match any advertised price.

Great location

Come on by and dont settle for a store with a few pairs, come and experience the full collection at HI-Trend at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki.

Popular Models

Wayfarers

This piece is a classic made iconic by every celebrity since the beginning. The Wayfarer family comes in different flavors: Original Wayfarer, New Wayfarer, Wayfarer Folding, Wayfarer Special Series.

Aviators

Every brand has their own version of this classic. This is a Ray-ban original.

Justin

The bright semi transparent frame colors, stunning lenses, and rubberized finish make Justin fun, bold, and a true contributor to your edgy style. Get your new "Jastin" now!

Clubmasters

I'm sure your parents have this one in their closets as well. Time to bring it out.

HISTORY

The history of the Ray-Ban aviator dates back to the 1920s, when new airplanes allowed people to fly higher and farther. Many US Army Air Service pilots were reporting that the glare from the sun was giving them headaches and altitude sickness. In 1929, when US Army Air Corps lieutenant, General John MacCready asked New York-based medical equipment manufacturer Bausch & Lomb to create army pilot sunglasses that would stop his men suffering headaches and nausea caused by the intense blue and white hues of the sky, a new kind of glasses was introduced. The prototype, created in 1936 and known as ‘Anti-Glare’, had plastic frames and green lenses that could cut out the glare without obscuring vision. The sunglasses were remodeled with a metal frame the following year and rebranded as the 'Ray-Ban Aviator'. On May 7, 1937, Ray-Ban took out the patent, and the Aviator was born.

Campaigns

Never Hide

In 2014, Ray-Ban changes the game with a collection of new products in amazing materials: velvet, leather, denim and more. What are you made of?

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Remix Prints

Inspired by the world of music, Remix Prints are a collection of fun pop art patterns to add an edge to your favorite Ray-Bans on Remix.

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Aviator Sightings

Aviator Sightings are all around us. Have you seen one lately?

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