Those who shop for Ray-Ban Aviators seem to have the same question in mind. “What size of Ray-Ban Aviators should I buy?”
There are many of those that don’t know Aviators come in different sizes. So, in the Ray-Ban RB3025 (classic Ray-Ban Aviators,) three different sizes are available:
55MM: The 55mm is considered a small lens. By no means is this a kid’s size sunglass and has a nice tight fit.
58MM: The 58mm is considered a medium size lens.
62MM: The 62mm is considered a large lens but I would also place it in the X-Large category as well.
When you purchase a pair of Ray-Ban Aviators through ShadesDaddy, if the specific frame is available in different lens sizes, you’ll see the option to choose the lens size you want. However, some models, such as the most classic aviator (gold frame with green lens) is already offered in its size by different codes.
Small: RB3025 W3234
Medium: RB3025 L0205
Large: RB3025 001
If you want this classic in a smaller version, it actually exist in the RB3044 L0207 which is a 52mm. When it also comes to a larger Ray-Ban Aviator, the RB3026 is a 62mm which is offered in gold and black frame as well.