Vintage and Antique Sunglasses, Steampunk and Motorcycle Goggles - Page 11
VS2545: Vintage Gargoyles Legends II sunglasses are part of the original collection of Gargoyles imported from Italy into the US in the 1990s, and we think you'll agree that it's one of the most striking designs of any brand of sunglasses. The finely crafted matte gold frame has a subtle wrap design to add eye protection from the sides, and the uniquely shaped lenses curve with the frame to provide unparalleled eye protection from the sides. Tell Me More
VS2546: Vintage Gargoyles Legends II sunglasses are part of the original collection of Gargoyles imported from Italy into the US in the 1990s, and we think you'll agree that it's one of the most striking designs of any brand of sunglasses. The sleek dark chrome frame has a subtle wrap design to add eye protection from the sides, but what really stands out are the highly reflective blue mirror lenses that form the perfect color complement to the frame. Tell Me More
VS2552: Vintage Cartier Santos 18k gold aviator glasses are one of the icons of modern eyewear design, a finely crafted aviator style frame in antique gold with black highlights and the distinctive red and gold nose bridge and hinge accents. You'll be amazed at the strength of this 18k gold plated frame, surpassing in strength even vintage Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban Deep Groove frames. Long a top choice of celebrities and business executives around the world. Tell Me More
VS2553: Vintage Killer Loop W1794 sunglasses feature a beautiful tortoise shell and teal Wayfarer style frame, dating to the period in the 1990s when Killer Loop brand was first introduced in the US and was owned by Bausch & Lomb. In fact, you'll recognize the model number designation follows the pattern of B&L Ray-Bans from this period, and the lenses are similarly laser etched BL near the hinges along with the distinctive Loop logo on the left lens. Tell Me More
VS2554: Vintage Killer Loop W1416 sunglasses were part of the very first Killer Loop collection sold in the US, when they were released as part of Bausch & Lomb as they began diversifying beyond their stewardship of the Ray-Ban brand and were seeking brand identity with a younger clientele. We think you'll agree that these early Killer Loops more than meet that challenge, and the sleek gray translucence of the W1416 is a great example. Tell Me More
VS2558-2: Vintage Killer Loop sunglasses nylon zippered storage case is very well made and luxuriously padded to enable safe storage of up to 4 pairs of vintage Killer Loop or other brands of sunglasses. The durable nylon case measures approximately 13" x 8" and 3" tall and is new old stock in mint unworn condition. Originally used by Killer Loop sales reps in the early days when the brand was owned by Bausch & Lomb. Tell Me More
VS2559: Vintage Killer Loop K0245 Rapture sunglasses feature a sleek, futuristic design with eye catching blue lenses to complement the gleaming chrome frame, dating to the very first years of Killer Loop production when the brand was owned by Bausch & lomb. Note the open cut industrial look ear stems that add as much design flair from the sides as from the front. Tell Me More
VS2560: Vintage Killer Loop K1122 The Biggy sunglasses feature a unique design that's got a sleek, low profile, high performance look, super cool blue lenses, and small side panels that give you added degrees of peripheral vision. Popular with music industry figures in the early 1990s, Killer Loop K1122 Biggy sunglasses date to the very first years of Killer Loop production when the brand was owned by Bausch & Lomb. Tell Me More
VS2570: Vintage Cebe 0495 Walter Cecchinel glacier glasses are one of the icons of modern ski eyewear, produced in only very limited quantities by the famous ski eyewear company Cebe. This is a really high performance design with rubber coated ear stems that won't stick to your face even in extreme cold and front air vents that help prevent the glasses from fogging. Walter Cecchinel was the well known instructor at the national ski and mountaineering school in Chamonix, France. Tell Me More
VS2578: Vintage Gargoyles Vortex sunglasses feature a super cool gray camouflage design frame, part of the very first Gargoyles production released in the United States and produced in only very small quantities. We think you'll agree the camouflage pattern on the Vortex is sure to attract attention and compliments, combining black and gray highlights set against a translucent gray base frame. Note the ridged rubber ear and nose pads that are both functional for fit and comfort not to mention they look great! Tell Me More
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