Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 47
VS1126: Vintage Ray-Ban Lisbon cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / early 1960s are every bit as striking today as when they were first produced. We really like the combination of the pearlized exterior front frame with the jet black inner frame, and of course the distinctive Lisbon frame shape is still turning heads in the 21st century just like they did in the last century. Tell Me More
VS1127: Vintage Ray-Ban W1728 Asbury Chromax sunglasses from the Ray-Ban Driving Series are perhaps the single rarest frame from this award winning collection, and it's easy to see why. The rather stunning multi-color mosaic pattern of this frame is something you just don't see with any other brand or style of vintage sunglasses, and it looks great with the Bausch & Lomb B-20 Chromax lenses. Tell Me More
VS1128: Vintage Ray-Ban W1737 Sport Series 2 sunglasses feature top of the line Bausch & Lomb Ace A-30 purple Chromax lenses that are among the best and rarest lenses of any vintage B&L lens. The Ray-Ban W1737 Sport Series 2 features Chromax Color Contrast technology which increases the relative intensity and contrast of critical driving colours (red, green and amber). Chromax lenses selectively filter light from the driving environment, making brake lights, traffic signals and signs appear bright and easier to see. Tell Me More
VS1129: Vintage Ray-Ban W2246 Silver Arista sunglasses feature the distinctive etching indicative of B&L Ray-Ban's top of the line Arista frames, but this is the harder to find silver Arista that looks great with these B&L blue mirror lenses. The round shape of the Ray-Ban W2246 is a popular look for both men's and women's sunglasses, suitable for most any facial shape and with the blue mirror lenses complementing most any skin tone. Tell Me More
VS1130: Vintage Ray-Ban Military Caravan shooter sunglasses are extremely rare, produced in only very limited quantities c 1960s and featuring the unique shape of the miliary version coupled with equally rare Bausch & Lomb double gradient mirror lenses. The highly reflective DGM lenses were highly valued by pilots and military personnel for their glare reduction properties - not to mention looking super cool! Tell Me More
VS1131: Vintage Ray-Ban L0125 CATS sunglasses feature very rare Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic double gradient mirror lenses in a brown CATS shooter frame, a very low production model that's avidly sought by collectors and fashion aficionados. The star of the show here are the very rare Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic lenses to which a double gradient mirror coating has also been applied to the front surface. Tell Me More
VS1132: Vintage Ray-Ban W1443 Wayfarer Green Tortoise Limited Edition sunglasses feature a uniquely beautiful green tortoise shell Wayfarer frame coupled with original Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses for a perfect complement. The green tortoise Wayfarer frame is one of the top 2 or 3 most popular Wayfarer styles ever produced, and they're very hard to find as they were only produced in small quantities as a Limited Edition. Tell Me More
VS1133: Vintage Ray-Ban W1746 Cheyenne sunglasses feature the combination of black and gold that always looks great at both formal and casual occasions, and the distinctive Cheyenne style adds further design flair with the eye naturally drawn to the nose bridge. There, the finely etched gold nose bridge attaches to both front frame lenses and makes quite the contrast with the gloss black frame and ear stems. Tell Me More
VS1134: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban Wings sunglasses features a gold plated Wings frame with "The General" brow bar to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face, coupled with Bausch & Lomb brown B-15 color contrast lenses. When Wings were introduced c 1980s, it was a revolutionary look and design with its one piece lens and lightweight, polycarbonate lens that was the first non mineral glass lens not to sacrifice optical excellence. Tell Me More
VS1135: Vintage Ray-Ban W2537 Rituals sunglasses feature a sleek black frame with interesting curves and angles, Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses, and that distinctive Rituals stylized R on the left ear stem. It's a look that's quite unique to the Ray-Ban Rituals line c mid 1990s, and it has a modern, eye catching style that endures well into today's fashion. Tell Me More
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