Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 89
VS2447: Vintage Bausch & Lomb P-3 Deco Rounds sunglasses evoke the look of the Art Deco period, with rare nickel silver plated frame that's far harder to find from this period than gold plated variations and historic Bausch & Lomb Sage Green lenses. The sleek industrial look features subtle Art Deco styling at the nose bridge and those great link ear stems that you could consider the sunglasses version of the streamline look of this period in trains, cars, and industrial design. Tell Me More
VS2448: Vintage and early Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban Federal Target Loads gold medal Kalichrome shooters are a well recognized icon among professional target and skeet shooting sunglasses and date back to the middle of the 20th century. This very rare example includes the original cardboard side blinkers that while showing some signs of age are remarkably clean and intact whereas few of these survive today in any condition. Tell Me More
VS2450: Vintage Bausch & Lomb 12k GF 46 mm P-3 Rounds sunglasses are an icon by any standard in the history of sunglasses, filled with innovation that's stood the test of time to this very day. Note the precise, intricate etching that covers the totality of this beautiful 12k gold filled frame, and of course you also get the amazing B&L Kalichrome yellow lenses that created the entire category of "shooting glasses". If you've never worn Bausch & Lomb Kalichrome C mineral glass lenses in hazy or dawn and dusk type conditions then you're in for a treat. Tell Me More
VS2463: Vintage Ray-Ban 58mm Chromax Outdoorsman sunglasses are the total package you look for in fine vintage sunglasses - a look that can't be beat with the use of gold plated frame, "General" brow bar to improve the balance on the face, Outdoorsman or "shooter" ear stems that wrap behind the ear for the most secure fit possible, and amazing Bausch & Lomb Chromax lenses. The Chromax Color Contrast Technology lenses enhance the relative intensity and contrast of critical driving colors. Tell Me More
VS2464: Vintage Ray-Ban Fantasees sunglasses feature a super strong 58mm gold plated aviator frame, "General" brow bar, and rare Bausch & Lomb blue Ultragradient lenses that 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. Ray-Ban Fantasees lenses have never been equaled for their unique properties. Tell Me More
VS2465: Vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors sunglasses are an icon of modern sunglasses design, but within the Flying Colors line there's no rarer variation than these 52mm (very few Flying Colors were produced in this smaller size) Flying Colors sunglasses with brown enamel front frame and gold plated ear stems. It's a unique and eye catching look, probably available as only a special order from Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban c early 1990s. Tell Me More
VS2466: Vintage Ray-Ban W2383 Orbs Combo Oval sunglasses are a unique and eye catching design, a low production variation of the iconic Ray-Ban Orbs line which features black rubber trim surrounding both lenses to maximize the sleek, industrial look of the Orbs Combo Oval. 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
VS2484: Vintage B&L Bausch & Lomb P-3 Rounds 12k GF Ful Vue sunglasses c 1940s were one of the very earliest styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb, an intricately etched gold frame that looks great with the equally early Bausch & Lomb RB-3 mineral glass lenses, the 3nd shade of Ray Ban Glass which block about 70% of visible light and 100% of UV. You can't beat the quality of these early B&L12k gold filled Ful Vue Outdoorsman (much rarer than those with regular paddle ear stems). Tell Me More
VS2485: Vintage Ray-Ban L0255 Olympian I Deluxe Easy Riders sunglasses feature a gleaming gold plated frame and a design that combines angles and curves into one of the most unique and recognizable shapes in vintage sunglasses.. Ray-Ban Olympian I Easy Riders were inspired by the movie of the same name, and it was one of the earliest sunglass designs to "wrap", i.e. to contour more closely to the face to protect your eyes from wind and glare from the sides - perfect for riding a motorcycle! Tell Me More
VS2531: Vintage Ray-Ban W1700 Explorer sunglasses with hard to find Bausch & Lomb B-20 Chromax lenses have a more rounded rectangular shape than traditional aviators, and the black chrome frame and "General" brow bar look great with the 58mm B-20 Chromax lenses. Chromax Color Contrast Technology lenses enhance the relative intensity and contrast of critical driving colors (reds, greens, and ambers). As a result, brake lights, traffic signals and signs appear brighter and easier to see. Tell Me More
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