Ray-Ban Outdoorsman RB 3030 Sunglasses 0RB3030 B000ZHZY2M

6 Customer reviews



Size:58 mm


  • Composite
  • Imported
  • Metal frame
  • Crystal lens
  • Non-Polarized
  • 100% UV400 protection coating
  • Lens width: 58 millimeters
  • Lens height: 50 millimeters
  • Bridge: 14 millimeters
  • Arm: 160 millimeters
  • 2" high
  • Every model in the Ray-Ban collection is the product of meticulous, original styling that translates the best of the latest fashion trends into an ever-contemporary look for millions of Ray-Ban wearers around the world.
  • Ray-Ban sizes refer to the width of one lens in millimeters.
  • Ray-Ban products sold by authorized sellers, like Amazon.com, are eligible for all manufacturer warranties and guarantees.
  • Protective case included, cases come in a variety of colors.
  • Lenses are prescription-ready (Rx-able).
  • Ray-Ban products include an etched "RB" on the left lens. The RB is not a scratch or defect.
  • The shape and curvature of these sunglasses may need adjustments. Adjustments should only be made by a professional.
  • Made in Italy or China.

Protect your eyes with these stylish RB3030 sunglasses by Ray Ban. These sunglasses are made of metal, are 100% brand new and include the manufacturer's one-year warranty. Pick a frame and lens color combination that complements your wardrobe or go with a classic color choice - either way you'll look and feel great with these Ray Ban sunglasses.

Customer reviews(6)

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D in DC
September 2, 2018
Do you remember the old aviators from the 1980s with the cable temples? Well, these are not the same. The size and form factor are similar to the standard 58mm Ray Ban aviators that are a classic Ray Ban staple. The problem is the sweat bar across the top. It appears to be almost pink in color. Others have posted very accurate pictures. I can see someone with a fair complexion looking good in these but it might be better to opt for a black pair of frames. Blonde hair and light skin probably looks good with the Arista green lens and gold frame. The pink bar is a real turn off for me because I tan quickly in the summer and I have brown hair. I am an older guy with a balding/receding hair line so the color and design does not work for me. To be fair, your mileage may vary.

Here is the problem with the cable temples that wrap around the ears. They need some minor adjustment to be comfortable. The originals (I still have one from 1985) have cables that are metal and wrapped in clear silicone. They were/are flexible as then are made of tiny segmented metal gold links with a flexible-bendable core. You can shape them to suite the shape of your ears. Once adjusted, they won't fall off your face. You can wear a hat over the glasses and temples remain comfortable. These updated frames are not quite the same. The cables wrap around the ears but can not really be adjusted to fit your ears so they become uncomfortable from pressure points after a few minutes. Remember that one needs to bend slightly them to get them on and take them off. Once on your face, they do stay put and so they won't fall off; the trade off is that they are uncomfortable. Sadly, one of the cables broke after only two weeks of light use. Close up of the flexible core appears to me to be made of plastic or some other composite; I guess you can't really expect them to be made from titanium at this price point. I am really gentle with my sunglasses so I find this to be frustrating and a real annoyance. I had to return mine.

If you like the pink sweat bar and prefer the flexible cables, they will stay on your face as intended. Be warned that these are not the same high quality as the Ray Ban originals from many years ago. Try before you buy.
David DiPiazza
July 11, 2015
Classic Aviators- been flying with these for over 25 years, cable temples (which you just bend to adjust fit) help glasses stay put in the proper position even when sweating, and are thin enough to wear comfortably under headsets.
Can't beat the price, especially with the no tax and free shipping... And I got to shop in my underwear.

I will buy these again and again
August 17, 2015
For some strange reason, my distance vision has improved with age - to the point that I wanted to see if I could use non-prescription sunglass lenses & stick on reading inserts on the bottom. These glasses are definitely the real deal - built like a tank - but for me anyway, compared to my prescription lenses, this glass is heavy. Real heavy - and combined with the hard plastic nose pads, I started to notice some discomfort after an hour or so. So - I simply bought some stick on foam pads & the problem was solved. Don't know if anyone else has the same issue, but figured it was worth mentioning. But the glasses are superb.
February 7, 2014
You have all the information you need here, if you want to step-up to RayBan Outdoorsman, this is the time. The important bit of info that is left off of most any description is that these standard RB3030's come with cable temples that measure 145. This is a standard length, and even as big as my mellon is, they seemed to fit okay. Understand also that the lenses can also be found in 62mm width, so if you have a wider face, the extra 8+mm might be appropriate. If you were looking for a recommendation to buy these glasses and you hadn't figured out that the best is the best, not much I can say to convince you. Great stuff, the best there is.
April 6, 2015
I wish these came in a larger size, I love the look, and wire-wrap temples are super secure and comfortable (when they actually fit). These are just too small for me. I have a larger head, (7 3/8 hat size) and I wear the larger size of Clubmasters, so I should have known. The version of these with standard temples come in multiple sizes and I will be ordering a pair of those with 62mm lenses, but again, I'm sacrificing quite a bit of security with standard temples. Maybe I can order wrap around temples in an appropriate size and replace these if I ever damage them.
Unregistered Guest
May 28, 2012
Having been a RayBan admirer for most of my life as well as an owner as soon as I could afford to buy it on my own (age 17), I was pleased that the typical life of these sunglasses are about 20-25 years minimum. They last a long time if you care for them (i.e. polish and clean, keep the lenses from getting scratched, tighten screws occasionally). Some people just beat the heck out of them but then wonder why they break.

The challenge when finding the replacement (hence the review title) is to make sure you get the right size. Contrary to popular belief, glasses are like shoes - they must fit the person's face. Case in point, I had ordered a 52mm size Aviators for the missus when hers finally fell apart, and no amount of maintenance could put it back together. Since she had owned hers since before flight school, it had more than paid for itself. However, the 52mm was too small even for her petite face. I later found that I needed a 58mm size. Trying to find a 58mm with a support bar (the crosspiece above the nose) and cable temples (instead of regular solid hooks over your ears) was challenging to say the least. Fortunately, Amazon made it easy and I found the right style and frame. It's all black instead of the classic gold frame, but otherwise the missus is pleased (and by definition, so am I). This is a great buy at a good price. Shipping was on time and well padded. The only item of slight concern is that the quality of the leather case appears to have gone down in manufacturing over the years. Nominal use (daily open/close while stored in the car) has resulted in the button snap starting to wear at the point that it is sown into the case flap. We'll just simply replace it with the older case which has nice fatigue patterns but still snaps confidently to this day.