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A dark full framed pair of glasses, such as the Ray Ban 5114, are right on trend. The modern design of the acetate frame and the beautiful shaping are what makes this model special. The slim, straight lines of the lenses and the somewhat wide nose bridge create a dynamic look and makes the wearer look like they mean business. The contrast between the colouring on the outside and the transparent plastic on the inside give these glasses a very strong character. The arms are slim, to keep in line with the front of the frame. The Ray-Ban brand logo is, as always, on the frame at the temple. The Ray Ban 5114 is the right choice of glasses for anyone with a strong personality who wants to assert this with their look. The black model is transparent on the inside so that the inner workings of the glasses are visible. This softens the hard look of the glasses slightly and makes them look modern and light, despite the vintage inspiration.
But what makes Ray-Ban customers choose the brand time and time again is not just the timeless design but also the high quality materials and outs tanding build quality. At Mister Spex, our glasses are fitted with strengthened, anti-reflective lenses made of plastic. You can order the Ray-Ban 511 4 to try on at home or simply give us your prescription details and we will fit them with your specific lenses straight away.
These glasses are delivered with an original Ray-Ban case, cleaning cloth and manufacturers instructions.
There is a 30-day returns policy on all products in the Mister Spex online shop.
Product number: 10-110020-0041-01
Order up to four pairs of glasses for free and try them on at home for 10-days. Send them back to us free of charge, so we receive them latest by day 11, from the date of receipt. Finally, order your desired model online via your customer account with your values and the frames you want. Simple!
The crossed out prices without RRP are the standard prices at Mister Spex.