Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 77
VS2038: Vintage Ray-Ban W0800 Onyx sunglasses are one of the most distinctive styles produced by Bausch & Lomb during their ownership of the Ray-Ban brand up until 1998 when the company was sold to Luxottica. Ray-Ban Onyx sunglasses were known for their angular lines, extended temples, and thick ear stems. Onyx sunglasses were made in a variety of colors, but these Ray-Ban W0800 Onyx sunglasses are one of our favorites with the tortoise shell exterior frame. Tell Me More
VS2039: Vintage Ray-Ban W1754 1940s Retro Round aviator sunglasses are a super cool variation of traditional aviator glasses, much more rounded and featuring the distinctive etching of the Ray-Ban gold plated Arista frame. Note the intricate and precise detail in the etching, very difficult to manufacture and something we don't think you'll find in most any modern sunglasses due to the craftsmanship and expense required. Tell Me More
VS2040: Vintage Ray-Ban W2811 Sidestreet sunglasses feature a unique design incorporating small eye cups and unique chrome banding that secures the lenses in place but also adds a lot of extra design flair. You'll like the combination of gleaming chrome front frame and hinges with the matte gray of the ear stems and eye cups. Tell Me More
VS2041: Vintage Ray-Ban Orbs Combo Oval sunglasses are a rare, low production variant of the iconic Ray-Ban Orbs sunglasses with a translucent Crystal White frame combined with matte silver ear stems and highly reflective B&L Ice silver mirror lenses. Ray-Ban Orbs were one of the first high performance sports sunglasses introduced into the market, and one of their more distinctive design characteristics are the twisting metal ear stems with a cut out S - hard to manufacture but eye catching to look at. Tell Me More
VS2042: Vintage Ray-Ban W2857 New Gatsby Oval sunglasses feature the exposed spring hinges unique to this low production line of Ray-Ban Gatsby sunglasses, something that immediately draws the eye as much as the tortoise shell ear stems and matte silver frame. Note the intricate and precise frame etching that exudes high quality manufacturing and something you very seldom see in today's sunglasses styles. Tell Me More
VS2046: Vintage Ray-Ban bullet hole shooter sunglasses feature the early light green Bausch & Lomb RB-3 lenses, far less common than the darker B&L G-15 lenses first introduced a few years after the Shade 3 lens. The iconic Ray-Ban bullet hole shooter frame has stood the test of time since their introduction in the 1950s, designed to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face and adopted immediately by hunters and skeet shooters the world over for both the design and the superior optical properties. Tell Me More
VS2103: Sometimes something comes in that's so unusual to find that we change our usual practices. That's the case with these vintage Ray-Ban black and white Lisbon sunglasses, new old stock from the 1950s / early 1960s and still in their original wrapper with original B&L Ray-Ban marketing card and incredibly rare white Bausch & Lomb soft case with intricate etching. All unopened mint condition from the midcentury. Rare and beautiful. Tell Me More
VS2135: Vintage Ray-Ban L1619 Wayfarer Street Neat sunglasses feature the beautiful white pearl and ebony frame and are one of the simplest but most elegant designs in the Ray-Ban Street-Neat line. Note the angled linear geometric design on the white pearl ear stems in the classic Wayfarer shape, and it's always hard to beat white on black for the cool effect. Tell Me More
VS2136: Vintage Ray-Ban W2466 Inertia sunglasses are the ultimate in modern, high tech eyewear produced during the final golden years of B&L Ray-Ban in the 1990s, and they still look more sleek and modern than anything you find on the market today. The design is truly unique in a style reminiscent of Oakley, but nobody will confuse Inertia sunglasses these for mass produced Oakleys! Aside from the unique shape designed for high performance. Tell Me More
VS2137: Vintage Ray-Ban W2544 Rituals Amulet sunglasses feature the rare silver and Mod Crystal frame, a unique shade and pattern reminiscent of gray tortoise shell that you'll only find in the iconic Ray-Ban Rituals line of sunglasses c mid 1990s. The mixed translucent clear with black and brown highlights is really eye catching, and it's a perfect color complement for the G-15 anti-glare mineral glass lenses. Note the cool silver double bar arched nose bridge for that extra design flair! Tell Me More
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