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Monday, March 29, 2010

Ray Ban 2129 Black G-15XLT Sidestreet Sunglasses

A set of sunglasses so cool, you’ll never want to take them off. This deal of the day is $74.99 (50% off the $149 retail price).Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). March 29, 2010.

You know Hooters? The place people go for the…wings? And the “Hooters”in the name stands for…an owl? Cough. Yea.

Well, I’m going to open my own restaurant chain for a different type of client. I’m going to call it “Shades,” and we’re going to cater exclusively for people who like to wear their sunglasses indoors.

That’s right. Wearing your shades inside isn’t just for celebrities anymore. Anyone with a cool pair of sunglasses they want to show off can walk into my restaurant without having to go through the trouble of putting them away and being forced to talk to someone eye to eye like a common, sunglass-less chump.

That’s just the feeling you get when you find a pair of sunglasses that really make you stand out and feel fashionable and sleek. Today’s deal of the day is just such a pair: the Black Sidestreet Sunglasses, from Ray Ban, the coolest, hippest eyewear makers on the planet. And today only, you can get them at a 50% discount.

So wear your sunglasses with pride, my friend. Shades is the place where you will always be welcome.

Oh, and we’ll have really hot waitresses, too. So don’t worry.

Ray Ban Model RB2129 901-58 Sunglasses. Frame color: Black. Lens: G-15 XLT. Each lens 50mm . Bridge size 18mm. Temple length 135mm. 100% UV/UVB protection. does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order.

About Brand

Ray-Bans were created in 1937. Some years earlier, Lieutenant John MacCready returned from a balloon flying adventure and complained that the sun had permanently damaged his eyes. He contacted Bausch & Lomb asking them to create sunglasses that would provide protection and also look elegant. On May 7, 1937, Bausch & Lomb took out the patent. The prototype, known as Anti-Glare, had an extremely light frame weighing 150 grams. They were made of gold-plated metal with green lenses made of mineral glass to filter out infrared and ultraviolet rays. Pilots in the United States Army Air Corps immediately adopted the sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Aviator became a well-known style of sunglasses when General Douglas MacArthur landed on the beach in the Philippines in World War II, and photographers snapped several pictures of him wearing them.

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