Vintage Sunglasses - Page 139
VS1381: Vintage white Vuarnet Skilynx round glacier glasses feature the rare round lens version of their iconic glacier glasses done in Vuarnet PX-4000 Skilynx mineral glass lenses. You'll see 100 Vuarnet black glacier glasses for every one in white, and the round lens shape and adjustable shooter ear stems make this a high performance and highly stylish pair of vintage Vuarnet glacier glasses. Tell Me More
VS1382: Vintage Vuarnet Skilynx ski sunglasses feature a durable blue nylon frame with red and white bands of color to add contrast and style for the slopes or most any occasion from formal to casual. The highly reflective Skilynx double gradient mirror lenses are an amber-yellow base mineral glass lens with anti-reflective interior coatings and double gradient silver exterior filters. Tell Me More
VS1383: Vintage Versace 490 852 sunglasses feature the eye catching contrast of a gloss black front frame with the gold plated interlocking chain ear stems that are one of the most distinctive of all Versace sunglasses features. Don't forget the trademark Versace Medusa head that also decorates both ear stems, and we like how the black ear pads draw the design together and bring continuity with the black front frame. Tell Me More
VS1384: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer White Moonstone sunglasses feature the eye catching combination of white and black, but the real star of the show here are the rare moonstone fade ear stems that were only produced in very small quantities. This a really pretty design, with subtle lines going across moonstone white front frame making a great contrast with the black ebony lower front frame, and it transitions to the shading effect on both ear stems transitioning from moonstone. Tell Me More
VS1385: Vintage Ray-Ban W2837 Sidestreet 1998 sunglasses feature a light tortoise frame, subtly rounded in a nice shape that looks great on a wide variety of facial sizes. You'll really be amazed at the degree of translucence in this Sidestreet frame, and it really forms a beautiful color contrast with the Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Tell Me More
VS1386: Early vintage B&L Bausch & Lomb sunglasses were part of one of the first production runs of sunglasses ever produced by the company, pre-dating the introduction of the Ray-Ban brand on the frame (B&L only) which came a few years later but first introducing the Ray-Ban brand for the glass lenses and ushering in the unique styling for which B&L Ray-Bans would come to be known. Tell Me More
VS1387: Vintage Ray-Ban W2357 Fugitives Oval sunglasses feature a B&L Ray-Ban black chrome frame that gives you a sleek, super cool look when coupled with these B&L G-15 anti-glare lenses. Ray-Ban Fugitives sunglasses became wildly popular after their introduction in the early 1990s, and they were one of the first high performance sports sunglasses that introduced a subtle wrap design to contour more closely to the face and give you added glare protection on the sides. Tell Me More
VS1388: Vintage Ray-Ban CATS 1000 sunglasses feature a matte black nylon frame in the classic style for this line, but the real stars of the show here are the rare Bausch & Lomb blue mirror mineral glass lenses. Ray-Ban didn't produce too many blue mirror lenses, for it was a difficult manufacturing process and thus it was far less common to find blue mirror Ray-Bans than blue mirror Revos which were introduced about the same time. Tell Me More
VS1389: Vintage American Optical round steampunk safety goggles c 1930s - 1940s feature large round green mineral glass lenses along with leather side blinkers and nose guard, a rare treasure from this early period of quality sunglasses and goggle production. During these years American Optical and Bausch & Lomb often worked together, even sharing frames and lenses to mix and match as both companies struggled to maintain production in the years leading up to World War II. Tell Me More
VS1390: Vintage Bausch & Lomb AN6531 Type II Kalichrome shooter sunglasses c 1940s were right out of the US military production during this period, a unique style and shape that is always instantly recognizable by those in the know. Army Air Force, USN, USMC all adopted Bausch & Lomb "Ray-ban" AN6531 Type II flying sunglasses, issued to aviators and select others during WWII. The Bausch & Lomb Kalichrome C yellow lens was developed around this time specifically for hunters and shooters. Tell Me More
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