What Exactly Are Wayfarer Glasses?
Created over 60 years ago by a designer working for Bausch and Lomb, Wayfarer frames presented an eclectic shape resembling Cadillac tail fins combined with a trapezoid. An instant hit with the Beat Generation at that time, Wayfarers also had a hint of masculinity not seen in 20th century frames.
Although their popularity waned in the 60s, Wayfarer frames got a boost when John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd sported them in the hit 1980 movie The Blues Brothers. During the ‘80s, Wayfarer sunglasses graced the faces of celebrities appearing in dozens of TV shows and films.
Revival of Wayfarers — Who Isn't Wearing Them Today?
With the popularity of retro frames sweeping the world, Wayfarer eyeglasses are once again a raging, blazing fashion statement made by anyone who wants to feel and look like a celebrity. Not only do they look great on men and women, but Wayfarers also offer functional vision improvement by providing wearers with a wide visual field and adequate eye protection.
Sophisticated, fashionable, and attractively assertive, Wayfarer frames are one of our most popular frame styles. Lenses provided by our optical lab include industry-standard lenses made of lightweight polycarbonate and CR39 plastic. We also offer six different refractory indexes to accommodate your vision needs.
If you've never worn Wayfarers, why not browse our catalog filled with over one thousand different frames? You can find the Wayfarer frames that have your personality and attitude written all over them, and then order your new glasses today. We absolutely guarantee our eyewear and stand by that guarantee with our 12-month product guarantee and 14-day fit and style guarantee.