Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 98
VS2910: Vintage Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses c mid 1980s - early 1990s feature the rare black and gold frame variation produced in only small quantities coupled with original Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses became quite popular with Hollywood celebrities in the 1970s and 1980s, a slightly larger and more stylish variation of the shape of more traditional gold plated aviator sunglasses whose nylon frames allowed for greater experimentation with color. Tell Me More
VS2911: Vintage Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses c 1980s feature a multicolor red, yellow, green, and black high performance frame coupled with amazing Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic photochromatic lenses. The B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens has photochromatic properties that change density depending on the degree of both brightness and temperature. Taking its name from the color of the lens, Ray-Ban Ambermatic sunglasses change from amber yellow to gray and darker and denser in bright light conditions and in colder temperatures. Tell Me More
VS2912: Vintage Ray-Ban Caballero sunglasses feature thick, wide ear stems and a translucent tortoise shell frame, a really distinctive style that has similarities with the Ray-Ban Dekko and Onyx sunglasses but is a bit less angular in design. Your attention is drawn to the temples where they take a sharp right angle turn downward, but from there graceful curves wrap the lower potion of the lenses and back up to the nose bridge. Tell Me More
VS2913: Vintage Ray-Ban L1674 Traditionals Style C sunglasses feature a beautiful blond l tortoise shell frame in a classic style that's stood the test of time, a great color complement for the Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Ray-Ban Traditionals were introduced in the 1980s and continued into the early 1990s, a series that resurrected but modernized some iconic Ray-Ban styles over their previous 60 year history and became a runaway sales success for the company. Tell Me More
VS2931: Vintage Ray-Ban Stateside sunglasses are one of the most recognizable styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb during their 60 years of stewardship of the Ray-Ban brand, and this sleek and elegant black ebony Stateside frame and Bausch & Lomb G-31 mirrored lenses was a low production vairation of the iconic Stateside. The highly reflective G-31 mirrored lens was offered for sale on only a very small number of styles, an expensive lens to manufacture. Tell Me More
VS2932: Vintage Ray-Ban W1662 Chromax sunglasses feature the high performance black chrome 58mm aviator frame coupled with the amazing look and optical properties of Bausch & Lomb Chromax lenses. The 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. Ray-Ban B-20 Chromax lenses also filter out blue light haze to give you excellent overall contrast and sharpened details. Tell Me More
VS2933: Vintage Ray-Ban W1973 Olympian V sunglasses feature a sleek, futuristic design in the eye catching combination of gold plating and black ebony, and the subtle wrap design contours more closely to your face to provide better eye protection from the sides. Along with the high performance Olympian V frame, the W1973 also features Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses that provide total UVA and UVB protection for your eyes. Tell Me More
VS2934: Vintage Ray-Ban AOPA sunglasses were a special order for members of the Airline Owners and Pilots Association. an organization founded in 1939 spanning 75 countries that represents the largest aviation community in the world. It's basically a unique variation of iconic B&L Ray-Ban 62mm aviator sunglasses with gold plated Arista frame, Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses, and the addition of the AOPA logo mounted at the center of the nose bar. Tell Me More
VS2935: Vintage Ray-Ban Marcelle cat eye sunglasses feature an eye catching white marble outer frame and black ebony inner frame, an intricate to manufacture but very distinctive look. The flared temples, carved temple decoration, and modern cat eye shape of B&L Ray-Ban Marcelle sunglasses made them one of Ray-Ban's most popular styles at their introduction c late 1950s and enduringly popular today. Tell Me More
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