Originally designed in 1938, the Shooter evolved the classic aviator silhouette with a bullet hole detail in the middle, providing hunters with a place to hold their cigarette and free up both hands to take aim. The style went mainstream 60 years later when Johnny Depp wore the model as Raoul Duke in the 1998 film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The character's frames mirrored a pair frequently worn by Hunter S. Thompson and featured gold metal and yellow lenses. The Ray-Ban Shooter Legend Sunglasses present the vintage double-bridge frame in polished gold with a black acetate brow bar and temple tips, while blue classic lenses shade the eyes. They arrive in a snap-closure carrying case with a cleaning cloth.
Lens Height: 50.1 mm / Bridge Width: 9 mm / Temple Length: 135 mm