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The Different Types of Ray-Ban Clubmaster Sunglasses

You know the Ray-Ban Clubmasters. You love the Ray-Ban Clubmasters – well – you should. The Clubmasters are one of the most iconic and classic sunglasses of all time. You might find your favorite celebrity / rockstar wearing a pair or the coolest person you know.

Over the years, Ray-Ban has really kept its classic frame from changing, however, over the past 2-3 years, there have been two newer models added to the Clubmaster collection.
Let’s look at the different types of Ray-Ban Clubmasters and see which one suit you best!


The Ray-Ban Clubmaster RB3016 is the most classic / iconic clubmaster Ray-Ban has. It’s probably the third best selling style Ray-Ban has and will continue to be a super popular frame because of its classic / endless look for style and fashion.

The RB3016 comes in two different lens sizes: 49mm and 51mm. The bridge size of this frame is 21mm and the temple (arm) length is 145mm. The material of the lens is plastic. Great frame durability.


So, you might ask yourself, what’s the difference between the RB3016 and RB21256? (Click on the link in green and see our post.) The main difference is really the size in terms of this new Clubmaster RB2156 being sleeker with shallower curves.

The lens size of the RB2156 is 49mm, the bridge size is 21mm and the temple (arm) length is 140mm – so shorter temples than the RB3016.


The Catty Clubmasters are just that – a cat eye look to the iconic Clubmaster frame. Made for women, this gives that extra edge to a classic frame with a great look and fit.
The lens size is 52mm, bridge size 15mm and temple size (arms) 140mm.

If you don’t have a Clubmaster in your sunglasses collection right now, what are you waiting for? These are a must on a monthly rotation!

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