Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 61
VS1478: Vintage Ray-Ban Olympian I Chromax Easy Riders sunglasses are a real icon of modern sunglasses design, and this gleaming gold version was one of the first and still among the most popular of the variations on the Olympian Ray-Ban produced over the years. What really makes these special though are the amazing Bausch & Lomb Chromax lenses, making this version of the Olympian a high performance, ready for anything pair of sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS1479: Vintage B&L Bausch & Lomb 12k GF Clubmaster Rounds sunglasses c 1950s are an early and very rare variant of iconic B&L Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses. This one of the earliest known productions of the Clubmaster sunglasses when frames were only marked B&L prior to the public introduction of the Ray-Ban brand. This rare model combines a 12k gold filled frame with brown top accents and ear stems that make Clubmaster rounds so distinctive. Tell Me More
VS1480: Vintage Ray-Ban 58mm Outdoorsman sunglasses feature the very rare Bausch & Lomb blue Changeables photochromatic lenses in this icon of modern sunglasses design. The photochromatic properties of B&L Ray-Ban Changeables sunglasses are infused into the glass lens, not a coating that will ever wear out or wear off. The "General" brow bar was first introduced in the 1940s to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. Tell Me More
VS1481: Vintage Ray-Ban Fantasees sunglasses c 1970s feature one of the rarest of all vintage Bausch & Lomb lenses - the ultra-gradient mineral glass lens. B&L ultragradient lenses were the next and final step up in the B&L Ray-Ban product catalogue of the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s after which time this lens ceased to be made due to its high manufacturing costs. Their photochromatic properties on a clear lens made them unique for their time, for they darken significantly in sunlight and in a much faster period of time than any other lens B&L ever produced. Tell Me More
VS1482: You've probably never seen these before, for they are the very early and very rare early 1970s Olympian sunglasses in black and gold with Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. If you're familiar with later Ray-Ban Olympians you'll immediately notice the smaller, lower profile design of this original Olympian design c late 1950s - early 1960s, the predecessor to all future Olympian sunglasses styles that came in later years. Tell Me More
VS1483: Vintage Ray-Ban 10k GF Outdoorsman shooter sunglasses are one of the earliest versions of this iconic sunglas design, with a 10k gold plated B&L Ray-Ban frame holding Bausch & Lomb 58mm G-15 anti-glare lenses. The "General" bar was introduced on this model, a brow bar B&L Ray-Ban added to their classic aviator sunglasses to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. Tell Me More
VS1491: Vintage Ray-Ban Fantasees bullet hole sunglasses feature Bausch & Lomb ultragradient lenses, one of the rarest of all vintage B&L lens technologies and a pretty amazing piece of science. The ultragradient lenses take photochromatic to a new level, adapting to varying light conditions by lightening and darkening but in a much quicker, more dramatic way than B&L Changeables photochromatic lenses from this same period. Tell Me More
VS1492: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers bullet hole sunglasses feature a tan ostrich leather covered frame inclusive of the always desirable "General" brow bar coupled with Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses that have a flash mirror coating at the top for added glare protection and style. You'll love the look and the feel of the leather on this very low production style, and the bullet hole design and brow bar were designed to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. Tell Me More
VS1493: Vintage B&L12k GF Ful Vue sunglasses were one of the very earliest styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb, an intricately etched gold frame that looks great with the equally early B&L green mineral glass lenses. You can't beat the quality of these early B&L12k gold filled Ful Vue sunglasses, where 1/10 of the metal in the frame is 12k gold and of course all on the exterior comprising the plating. Tell Me More
VS1494: Vintage Ray-Ban Orbs sunglasses are an icon of modern sunglasses design, but one style you'll very seldom see is this rare Ray-Ban W2378 Orbs Combo Deluxe variation which features black rubber trim surrounding both lenses to maximize the sleek, industrial look of the Orbs Combo. This style was produced in only very small quantities, and we thnk you'll agree they look like no other sunglasses on the market then or since. Tell Me More
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