Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 66
VS1611: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban Wings sunglasses feature a black chrome frame that's a nice contrast with the more common gold plated version, but the star of the show are the rare variation of the G-15 one piece Wings lens that has horizontal bands of red/purple highlights to add extra design flair. The lenses will pick up plenty of these red and purple hues out in the sunlight, a great contrast with the green base lens. Tell Me More
VS1612: Vintage Ray-Ban W1457 Leathers Explorer sunglasses feature English rope leather wrapping and Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses. This style is far harder to find than the more common aviator shaped Leathers, and the elongated and unique lens shape gives you excellent glare protection in a striking and eye catching look. Ray-Ban Changeables sunglasses darken to compensate for varying outdoor light conditions. Tell Me More
VS1613: Vintage Ray-Ban W2616 Air Boss sunglasses feature very hard to find Ray-Ban G-31 silver mirror lenses set in an equally striking black chrome Air Boss frame. The Air Boss in black chrome with mirrored lenses is one of the most popular yet least produced variations of the iconic Ray-Ban Air Boss, and we think you'll agree it's for good reason. The unique shape of the Air Boss lens contours well to a wide variety of men's and women's face sizes. Tell Me More
VS1614: Vintage Ray-Ban Tamarin sunglasses are almost beyond description, dating to an early period in the production of Bausch & Lomb Ray-Bans c 1960s when this was about the most radical, unusual style they ever designed and produced. We love the waves and curves of the front frame, and the striking blue highlights against the stark white background is a color combination that just can't be beat. Tell Me More
VS1642: Vintage Ray-Ban Chase sunglasses feature an eye catching red outer frame and black inner frame in the classic Ray-Ban Chase style, an icon of mid 20th century sunglass design. It's not an easy manufacturing process to create these sandwich style frames, and what better 2 colors to put together than the red and black in this low production variant of the Chase. Tell Me More
VS1643: Vintage Ray-Ban Jardine sunglasses are a low profile design that's sleek, elegant, and ready to wear at any occasion from formal to casual. The pearlized frame really shimmers in the light as is the hallmark of vintage B&L Ray-Bans from this period, and the color perfectly blends with the lenses to form the gentle curves and angles of Ray-Ban Jardine sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS1647: Vintage Bausch & Lomb sunglasses feature early and rare B&L octagonal G-15 mineral glass lenses, the shape of which is - and trust us on this - a real manufacturing and production achievement. The fact that B&L could also produce the shape with their optical quality glass which originated real anti-glare optical properties is even more amazing. The production of these early B&L sunglasses pre-dates the widespread introduction by B&L of the Ray-Ban brand. Tell Me More
VS1648: Vintage white Ray-Ban Lisbon sunglasses are an icon of mid 20th century design that's stood the test of time, and here you have the rare white Lisbon that we think is one of the most eye catching variations of the Lisbon line. You'll find the chrome disk inserts on the 2 front temples and on both ear stems, a design feature that paralleled that of original vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarers introduced shortly thereafter. Tell Me More
VS1649: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses feature the rare, very low production orange tortoise frame, a bright and cheery color that's not a hue you see every day and sure to attract attention and compliments. Like all original Wayfarers, these orange tortoise Wayfarer 5022 sunglasses feature the angles softened by the curves of the lower front frame and the thickly sloping ear stems for which the Wayfarer line has always been so well known. Tell Me More
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VS1659: Vintage Ray-Ban Sun Song sunglasses are one of the rarest of the vintage B&L Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses, produced in much fewer numbers than their early contemporaries like the Marcellina and Lisbon. You'll love the deeply carved frame in cool patterns that decorate both temples and ear stems of the Ray-Ban Sun Song. Don't miss the subtle color shading that change into at least 3 distinct hues from the mauve front frame and around the temples and down the stems. Tell Me More
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