About Ray-Ban Wayfarer II
Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses were the epitome of cool throughout the 1960s, famously adorning Bob Dylan's face on many occasions and even having a prominent place on the cover of Dylan's album "Highway 61 Revisited." Both Dylan and his sunglasses declined in popularity, but the Ray-Ban Wayfarer II of the early 1980s sparked a revival, and once again they became the accessory du jour for celebrities and cool kids alike. Matthew Broderick's Ferris Bueller famously wore them as he played hooky from school during his famous "Day Off." These particular vintage sunglasses, such as black Ray-Ban Wayfarer II glasses, feature a slightly wider frame than the originals, giving the wearer a youthful look. On eBay, there a number of trusted sellers offering this classic frame in many variations. The ubiquitous black and brown tortoise shell style of sunglasses is the most popular, but the Ray-Ban Wayfarer II is available in every color of the rainbow. Many other knockoff brands have presented their attempt as these frames, but the trademarked chrome accent at the top corner of each lens and the sheer sturdiness and quality of construction from Ray-Bay is unmatched.