Vintage and Antique Sunglasses, Steampunk and Motorcycle Goggles - Page 13

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VS2646: Vintage Willson WCSGF48 folding safety motorcycle goggles have been all the rage for the last 10 years as super cool vintage motorcycle goggles, and these are the real thing c 1930s - 1940s. These rugged, durable folding goggles also have Willsonite "Super Tough" Shade 2 lenses, arguably the world's first safety glass lens designed and manufactured by Willson Products of Reading PA and sold around the world whilte global distribution was still in its infancy. Tell Me More

VS2655: Vintage Suncloud black glacier glasses feature highly reflective mirrored lenses c 1980s, which during this time were considered one of the finest examples of ski eyewear you could buy and rivaling the very best of Bausch & Lomb and Vuarnet. Suncloud polarized lenses selectively filter horizontally reflected, visually interfering light waves known as glare, and the elimination of direct and ambient glare results in superior visual clarity, definition, color transmission, and optical comfort. Tell Me More

VS2658: Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds sunglasses feature a sivler and black ebony frame in the distinctive shape of the very first 1950s release of what would ultimately become iconic B&L Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses. You can still see the origins of the more modern version of the Clubmaster in this midcentury release, and you may recall seeing Hollywood figures like Jack Nicholson wearing these original B&L Clubmaster Rounds always sure to be noticed. Tell Me More

VS2660: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-146 sunglasses feature a finely crafted etched copper frame in a sleek, low profile style, a perfect complement for the early brown Maui Jim lenses that we think you'll find dramatically superior than today's lightweight polycarbonate Maui Jim lenses. Note the intricate etching that decorates both ear stems, with a precision that reflects the high quality manufacturing process of early Maui Jims before they became mass produced. Tell Me More

VS2707: Vintage Gucci 2983 sunglasses feature a translucent gray striated frame that looks particularly good out in the sunlight, but the unique design feature of these Gucci sunglasses are the elaborately formed silver belt buckle hinges that decorate both ear stems. You'll find the Gucci logo in italics impressed on each of the silver buckles, and it's a look that will really make them stand out in a crowd at both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS2731: Vintage Oliver Peoples 506 sunglasses feature one of the most lustrous yellow tortoise shell frames we've ever seen regardless of designer, a rich color explosion of black and yellow in the classically designed OP 506 frame. Of course you also get the Oliver Peoples green lenses that provide the perfect color complement for this frame, and don't miss the precise and intricate etching that decorates both black metal ear stems. Tell Me More

VS2766: Vintage Willson steampunk goggles c 1930s - 1940s were produced in this style in only very small quantities, with a super cool and super rare blue glass lenses and leather side blinkers. This particular Willson style can be used as glacier glasses for skiing or alpine climbing or hiking, motorcycle goggles, safety goggles, or just as sunglasses to look super cool because you're not going to see anyone else wearing anything remotely similar to these Willson sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS2767: 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 brushed silver 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 not to mention a perfect color complement to the frame. Tell Me More

VS2788: 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 black frame has a subtle wrap design to add eye protection from the sides, and the uniquely shaped Black Ice lenses curve with the frame to provide unparalleled eye protection from the sides not to mention a perfect color complement to the frame. Tell Me More

VS2829: Vintage Jean Paul Gaultier 58-4175 Junior sunglasses feature ear stems that have look of some of Cari Zalloni's work at Cazal during this same period, and let's fact it: Gaultier designs from this period are about the one rival to Cazal for over the top, eye catching designs. The Gaultier 58-4175 Junior sunglasses have remained one of their most popular vintage styles, with large gold plated tabs on each ear stem impressed Gaultier Junior. Tell Me More

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