Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 92
VS2588: Vintage Ray-Ban Stateside Olympic Series sunglasses are a color explosion of blue, black, red, yellow, and green produced c mid 1980s to commemorate Ray-Ban's sponsorship of the Olympic Games. The color combination is really eye catching, a great fashion statement and produced in only very small quantities and thus a must have for any serious Olympics collector. Tell Me More
VS2589: 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 W2379 Orbs Combo Deluxe variation which features black rubber trim surrounding both G-31 mirrored 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
VS2595: Vintage Ray-Ban W1708 Explorer sunglasses from the Olympics Series were produced 1994-1996 to commemorate the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway and the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. The Ray-Ban W1708 commemorative sunglasses are a variation of iconic Ray-Ban Explorer sunglasses, just slightly more elongated and with a subtle wrap design to contour more closely to the face. Tell Me More
VS2623: Vintage Ray-Ban Stateside sunglasses feature the tortoise shell version of this enduringly popular Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban design, but along with the classic Stateside frame you also get Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic lenses. The B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens has photochromatic properties that change density depending on the degree of both brightness and temperature. Tell Me More
VS2628: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Sinatra sunglasses were produced by B&L under a licensing agreement with Mr. Frank Sinatra c 1950s, a very distinctive size and shape that Old Blue Eyes could be seen wearing when out and about the town and in the pages of celebrity magazines of this period. The large round lenses and the distinctively arched nose bridge make this one of the most recognizable but yet more obscure and hard to find of all vintage Bausch & Lomb eyewear. Tell Me More
VS2629: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers Changeables sunglasses features "The General" design brow bar covered in supple English bridle leathers, a design feature that both looks great but was also introduced to help improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. The Bausch & Lomb Changeables lenses are photochromatic, adapting to varying light conditions and perfect for those who go in and out of stores and buildings when you don't want to keep taking your sunglasses on and off. Tell Me More
VS2630: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds sunglasses are incredibly rare in and of themselves dating to c 1950s - 1960s, but you'll be hard pressed to ever again find them paired with these very early first generation Ray-Ban Diamond Hard lenses that combine to make one great pair of vintage sunglasses. Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds have a distinct shape that preceded the later Ray-Ban Clubmasters, but the real stars of the show are the Diamond Hard lenses. Tell Me More
VS2635: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban original G-15 lenses will fit any Ray-Ban Wayfarer 5022 sunglasses - the standard size Wayfarer - including the original black and tortoise shell Wayfarers as well as all of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat variations and even Woodies. These are original B&L G-15 lenses produced pre-1998 when Bausch & Lomb sold the company to Luxottica. Tell Me More
VS2636: Vintage Ray-Ban W0889 Wayfarer sunglasses feature the rare and highly sought after blond tortoise shell frame, a distinctive and eye catching design even among all of the many variations of iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses over the years. You'll love the rich color shadings that go from yellow to orange to black ebony, all interpersed and with the lighter colors having some amazing translucence as you can see in the photos. Tell Me More
VS2637: Vintage Ray-Ban W1446 Wayfarer II Limited Edition sunglasses feature a rare blue tortoise shell frame in the classic Wayfarer style, a very low production variant of classic Ray-Ban Wayfarers. You'll find many different colors in the tortoise shell mosaic of the Wayfarer W1446 including yellow, brown, black, and blue, and like the best of vintage Ray-Ban tortoise frames they have a translucence to them that really shimmers in the sunlight. Tell Me More
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