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VS760: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban W1735 Sport Series 1 sunglasses feature the amazing Bausch & Lomb Ace A-30 purple Chromax lenses, one of the finest lenses in one of the finest sports sunglasses frames ever made. Ray-Ban Sport Series 1 sunglasses have a sleek, modern look with a subtle wrap design to contour more closely to your face for added side protection. Tell Me More

VS761: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban W0673 Wayfarer II sunglasses feature Bausch & Lomb RB-50 mirrored lenses that give you an incredible look and color combination with the black Wayfarer frame. The RB-50 lenses provide full control over glare and ultraviolet radiation. In fact, the vintage B&L Ray-Ban RB-50 lens is one of the finest, most advanced lenses you can buy. Tell Me More

VS763: Vintage Ray-Ban W2185 Arista sunglasses feature a thin band of tortoise shell surrounding the 24k gold plated Arista frame that holds Bausch & Lomb B-15 high contrast lenses. The Arista frame has the distinctive Arista etching that decorates the entire front frame and both ear stems, and the tortoise highlight rim and ear pads really complement the look perfectly. Tell Me More

VS765: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban 10k GO deep groove sunglasses and significantly thicker and stronger than regular Ray-Ban aviators, and this is a very unique styling done early in Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban production c 1960s / early 1970s. You'll note some subtle design details in the photographs including the textured gold surface at the front hinges that contrasts with the smooth gold surface over the remainder of the frame. Tell Me More

VS767: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban 62mm shooter sunglasses from the Classic Metals line features an Arista gold plated frame and original Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Ray-Ban 62mm shooters with G-15 lenses are one of the classics of modern sunglass design, and aside from the classic aviator sunglasses shape you'll find the cable wire shooter ear stems will give you the most secure fit for even the most strenuous and active pursuits. Tell Me More

VS769: Vintage Ray-Ban L2821 62mm black aviator sunglasses are a classic of modern sunglass design, with all black Ray-Ban aviator frame holding Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. You'll see 20 gold plated Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses for every pair of vintage black aviators you find, and we think the black and green is a great color combination in the classic shape of vintage B&L Ray-Ban aviators. Tell Me More

VS770: Vintage Bausch & Lomb AO (American Optical) steampunk goggles started life as safety goggles but today are worn mostly as motorcycle and open air goggles with one of the most striking and eye catching looks you'll ever see in vintage fashion. The stars of the show here are the steel mesh side blinkers that rotate inward to permit the glasses to fold up; interestingly enough, the ear stems fold the opposite way from most sunglasses to enable a thin profile when folded even when the side blinkers are on. Tell Me More

VS771: Vintage Ray-Ban 62mm black chrome Outdoorsman II sunglasses feature "The General" brow bar also in black and which all looks great combined with Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Black and green is a much harder to find color combination than gold, and it's an elegant and stylish look that's perfect for both formal and casual occasions. The vintage B&L Ray-Ban black chrome finish was the most durable black coating ever made for metals. Tell Me More

VS773: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban Tortuga General Changeables sunglasses feature the rare Tortuga frame and General brow bar coupled with Bausch & Lomb photochromatic Changeables lenses. The Tortuga frame and General bar looks amazing as always with plenty of reddish hues, a rare and eye catching variation from the traditional B&L Ray-Ban gold plating. Tell Me More

VS777: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / 1960s feature the rare green plaid frame with matching case, a style that is one of the most distinctive sunglass designs of the last 75 years. The interesting thing about this frame is not just the unique green plaid design but it's the translucence that goes along with it, letting light penetrate the frame surface and adding a lof of design flair. Tell Me More

 

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