Vintage Sunglasses - Page 129
VS1281: Vintage Ray-Ban L1724 Wayfarer II sunglasses are an icon of modern sunglasses design, seen on celebrities such as Jack Nicholson and Don Johnson of Miami Vice fame through the 1980s. Slightly larger than the original Wayfarer 5022's, the black Wayfarer II is perfectly suited for larger face sizes or for men or women who like a moderately oversized look. You'll recognize the distinctive shape of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer fame, an eclectic mix of curves and angles. Tell Me More
VS1282: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban W0757 black Wayfarer Nuevo sunglasses feature a matte black top frame and ear stems that hold Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. The G-15 lens was originally designed for the US military to cut down on glare and to transmit all colors equally so they retain true values. There are few frames that look better with that lens than the Nuevo, one of the most distinctive styles Ray-Ban produced c early 1990s. Tell Me More
VS1283: Vintage Ray-Ban 12k GF Cavavan sunglasses are a top of the line variation of an icon of modern sunglasses design - the B&L Ray-Ban Caravan. These take a step up into premium luxury with the 12k gold filled Caravan frame. It looks great with the Bausch & Lomb B-15 brown mineral glass lenses, designed to improve color contrast as an all purpose, optically precise lens. Tell Me More
VS1284: Vintage Ray-Ban W2004 Modified Aviator sunglasses are one of the most distinctive and unique sunglasses designs you'll ever see, with single bar nose bridge and curvaceous Bausch & Lomg G-15 lenses set in a top of the line gold plated Arista frame. They really exude quality in all respects, and this is a style that's sure to attract questions and compliements most ever time you wear these vintage Ray-Bans. Make sure to check out the woven gold open air ear pads. Tell Me More
VS1285: Vintage Ray-Ban Wings General sunglasses feature a gold plated Wings frame with "the General" brow bar to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. All that's great, but the star of the show are these rare Bausch & Lomb Wings rose mirror lenses. B&L Ray-Ban Wings lenses were a first, a one piece polycarbonate lens that gave you a lightweight, optically outstanding lens that could have a surface area providing true 180 degree glare protected vision. Tell Me More
VS1286: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / early 1960s are every bit as striking today as when they were first produced. We really like the combination of the pearlized exterior front frame and ear stems with the jet black inner frame of this early predecessor of Ray-Ban Lisbon sunglasses produced a few years later. The two front temples and two ear stems are both decorated with the inset chrome insert that would later reappear in the iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS1287: Vintage French cat eye sunglasses c 1950s feature elongated rhinestone studded temples in a sleek and elegant interpretation of vintage 50s French cat eye sunglasses. The frame color has a lot of translucence that adds even more shimmer to the rhinestones, and the light green glass lenses are iconic as the lens of choice during the midcentury. It's a really nice cluster of rhinestones and studs on each temple. Tell Me More
VS1288: Vintage Pioneer steampunk safety goggles feature a very early pioneer frame c 1940s with glass side blinkers and Bausch & Lomb Shade 2 green mineral glass lenses. Pioneer along with Bausch & Lomb, American Optical, and Wilson were the early makers of this type of safety goggle, and they often collaborated in sharing frames and lenses to keep manufacturing rolling in the years of shortage around World War II. Tell Me More
VS1289: Vintage Revo 3006 080 sunglasses are a unique Revo interpretation of vintage aviator sunglasses but with that unmistakable Revo design flair. The stealh mirror H20 polarized lenses are highly reflective, and they look great with the tortoise shell ear stems that make the Revo 3006 080 variation so popular - and hard to find. Tell Me More
VS1290: Vintage Revo 989 014 green mirror sunglasses feature the rare and highly desirable Revo yellow tortoise shell frame and highly reflective and eye catching Revo green mirror lenses. The vintage Revo yellow tortoise frames were all sourced in Hong Kong before the days of its reunification with China, and not many were made in the early 900 model series c late 1980s. The shape of the Revo 989 is reminiscent of vintage 1950s and 1960s cat eye sunglasses. Tell Me More
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