Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 44
VS1057: Vintage Ray-Ban W1273 Wayfarer Max sunglasses feature the hard to find tortoise shell and gold W1273 frame coupled with Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses, an icon of modern sunglasses design. B&L introduced the Wayfarer Max c 1980s to extend and complement the Wayfarer line, and it quickly became so popular that the Wayfarer Max rivaled the traditional Wayfarer as the yearly sales champion of the Ray-Ban line. Tell Me More
VS1058: Vintage Ray-Ban W0895 Wayfarer II sunglasses feature a beautiful and eye catching blond tortoise shell frame, a mottled explosion of color with hues of yellow and black in the classic shape of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. The rare W0895 frame looks great with the Bausch & Lomb RB-3 lenses, perfect for both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More
VS1059: Vintage Ray-Ban CATS Ambermatic sunglasses feature the durable, high performance nylon CATS frame, and what better to go with them than the amazing performance optics of Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic lenses. The B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens has photochromatic properties that change density depending on the degree of both brightness and temperature. Taking its name from the color of the lens, Ray-Ban Ambermatic sunglasses change from amber yellow to gray and darker and denser in bright light conditions. Tell Me More
VS1060: Vintage CATS sunglasses feature the very rare Bausch & Lomb G-31 double gradient mirror lenses, highly reflective and unparalleled in their ability to protect your eyes from glare and harmful UVA and UVB rays. These lenses are heavily mirrored at the top and bottom of the lens with a darker non-mirrored portion running through the center. This facilitates the use of the gradient to position your eyes for different purposes, from reflecting glare on the ski slopes to reading an instrument panel inside a car. Tell Me More
VS1097: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses feature the eye catching color combination of a pearlized exterior and black interior frame, one of the color combo sandwich designs which were an iconic design element of vintage 1950s and early 1960s sunglasses. The exterior frame is one of most beautiful textures you'll ever see in sunglasses with the drop dead look of real mother of pearl, and the metal and enamel decorations on both temples add even more design flair. Tell Me More
VS1098: Vintage Ray-Ban CATS Style C sunglasses feature the rare clear B&L Ray-Ban frame that was only produced in very small quantities coupled with Bausch & Lomb B-15 lenses that provide the perfect complement. The clear frame enhances the translucence and can create dazzling effects out in the sunlight, and B&L B-15 lenses were known for their ability to enhance color contrast in all light conditions. Tell Me More
VS1101: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers sunglasses feature rare Bausch & Lomb top gradient mirror lenses that combine to form one of the most beautiful - and high performance - styles of vintage Ray-Bans ever produced. The color of the leather covering the front frame, "General" brow bar, and ear pads is a perfect complement to the brown B-15 top gradient mirror lenses. Those lenses are highly reflective at the top and transition down in gradient density toward the lower portions of the lens. Tell Me More
VS1102: Vintage Ray-Ban W1513 CATS Diamond Hard sunglasses are one of the rarest of all styles of vintage B&L Ray-Bans, with matte black CATS frame in the style of vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarers and coupled with amazing Bausch & Lomb Diamond Hard lenses. B&L Diamond Hard lenses feature a scratch-protection system which creates a lens surface of amorphous diamond that is 10 times more resistant to scratching than ordinary glass. Tell Me More
VS1103: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Frost sunglasses were a limited edition produced in only very small quantities, with the rare frost Wayfarer frame that has the look of frosty ice as the name implies coupled with Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses. The frost Wayfarer frame has an amazing amount of translucence, and you'll love how they look out in the sunlight. The B&L G-15 lenses are a perfect complement for the frame. Tell Me More
VS1104: Vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors blue Changeables sunglasses are perhaps the rarest of all frame color and lens combinations in the iconic Flying Colors line, with a 62mm gold aviator frame covered in blue enamel and matching blue ear pads coupled with Bausch & Lomb photochromatic blue Changeables lenses. Ray-Ban Changeables sunglasses darken to 75% of their full capacity within the first minute of exposure to sunlight. Tell Me More
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