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Ray-Ban Just Dropped The Coolest Sunglasses Of 2017

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The Wayfarer is one of the most iconic sunglasses shapes out there, strong enough to support a million variations on the original. Which is exactly why Ray-Ban decided to bring a little '60s style into the mix with the cult-classic Meteor. If you missed it the last couple of times it came around, worry not: It's back for an extremely limited time and in a painfully limited edition as the third installment of its Ray-Ban Reloaded line of rare reissues.

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Ray-Ban's website and select flagship stores are now stocking the Meteor in three colorways: Shiny Black with black lenses, Shiny Havana with brown gradient lenses, and Shiny Striped Havana with lenses in the greenish-brown B15 tint. The two tortoise-shell variants exude vintage Hollywood attitude, while the black-on-black option giving off heavy jazz vibes.

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If you want to cop some of this midcentury cool for yourself you'll have to act fast. The Meteor Reloaded edition's supposed to be on offer (for $170 or around P8,428 to $220 or P10,908) for the next five days, but since there are only 200 pairs being madethat means for all three colorways combinedit seems likely that they won't even make it that long. Get moving.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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