The Clubmaster is one of Ray-Ban's most popular styles in the Icons Collection. The Clubmaster style is considered a "browline" frame, meaning the upper part of the frame (i.e. brow) is plastic, while the lower part that encircles the lenses is metal. The design became so popular that nearly half of all eyeglasses sold in the 1950's were browline frames, and they remain wildly popular today. The Ray-Ban Clubmaster is a very flexible style that can convey a wide range of looks. Tim Roth wore them menacingly in Reservoir Dogs, while Colonel Sanders wore them to convey grandfatherly friendliness in KFC ads. The late Malcolm X's browline glasses helped convey his focused commitment, while stars such as Kirsten Dunst, John Slattery (Mad Men) and Jason Patric (The Lost Boys) have worn the Clubmaster to great effect.
Ray-Ban Clubmaster Models:
Adult Sunglasses: RB3016 Original Clubmaster, RB2156 Clubmaster II, RB4132 Catty Clubmaster
Adult Ophthalmic frames: RX5154
Youth Sunglasses: RJ9050S