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VS1761: Vintage Ray-Ban Fantasees Outdoorsman sunglasses feature the vintage black chrome General frame with shooter ear stems, produced in much smaller quantities than gold, but you'll love the sleek elegant look that's created with the addition of the Bausch & Lomb ultragradient gray Fantasees lenses. Ray-Ban Fantasees lenses have never been equaled for their unique properties, lightweight glass ultragradient lenses designed to be fashionable gradients indoors - tinted at the top to flatter your eyes. Tell Me More

VS1762: Vintage Ray-Ban W2394 Inertia sunglasses are the ultimate in modern, high tech eyewear produced during the final golden years of B&L Ray-Ban in the 1990s, and they still look more sleek and modern than anything you find on the market today. The design is truly unique in a style reminiscent of Oakley, but nobody will confuse Inertia sunglasses these for mass produced Oakleys! Tell Me More

VS1763: Vintage Ray-Ban W2475 sunglasses are a sleek, cool example of 1990s vintage Ray-Bans, with etched black chrome front frame and mostly round Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses along with matching black composite ear stems that really catch the eye. The fine craftsmanship is evident by the precise etching of the nose bridge and lens perimeter, but it's the look of the Ray-Ban W2475 that's stood the test of time. Tell Me More

VS1764: Vintage Ray-Ban L1737 Wayfarer II sunglasses were produced in only small quantities, a rare color in the larger Wayfarer II style that's become all the rage in the age of oversized sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Wayfarer II retains the distinctive mix of angles and curves that differentiated Ray-Ban Wayfarers ever since their introduction in the mid 20th century, and these white Ray-Ban Wayfarer II sunglasses combined with the B&L G-15 anti-glare lenses really makes a great color combination. Tell Me More

VS1765: Vintage Ray-Ban W0352 Shelby sunglasses are an oversized variation of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat, a distinctive size and shape that's been enduringly popular since first introduced in the early 1990s and discontinued when Bausch & Lomb sold Ray-Ban to Luxottica in 1998. The electric blue top accent of the Ray-Ban W0352 Shelby is an eye catching color complement for the gloss black frame. Tell Me More

VS1766: Vintage Ray-Ban W1303 Olympian III Dlx sunglasses feature a distinctive brushed antique gold Olympian frame that holds Bausch & Lomb RB-3 anti-glare lenses. The Ray-Ban Olympian III Deluxe is somewhat larger than Ray-Ban Olympian I's, and the all gold frame is a bit more of a design statement than other variations of the Olympian that combined gold plating with composite plastic. Tell Me More

VS1767: Vintage Ray-Ban L2847 Caravan sunglasses feature a black chrome Caravan frame in the smaller size, produced in much smaller quantities than gold plated Caravans or the much more common 58mm size. The Ray-Ban black chrome finish is permanently bonded to the frame, not an enamel coating that would chip or wear off over time and unique to vintage Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS1768: Vintage Ray-Ban W2543 Rituals sunglasses are a design explosion of tortoise shell and gold, one of the most elegant styles ever produced in the Ray-Ban Rituals line. The gleaming gold arched double bar nose bridge and etched gold hinges look great with the tortoise shell, and you'll also appreciate subtleties like the thin band of torotise that surrounds the front frame lenses. Tell Me More

VS1769: Vintage Ray-Ban W2393 Inertia sunglasses are the ultimate in modern, high tech eyewear produced during the final golden years of B&L Ray-Ban in the 1990s, and they still look more sleek and modern than anything you find on the market today. The design is truly unique in a style reminiscent of Oakley, but nobody will confuse Inertia sunglasses these for mass produced Oakleys! Aside from the unique shape designed for high performance, you also get the high quality optics. Tell Me More

VS1770: Vintage Ray-Ban Premier Traditionals sunglasses feature a quite rare green tortoise shell frame that was only produced in very small quantities, complemented by the gold nose bridge that brings the design of the Premier Traditionals together magnificently. Note all the varied, rich colors of this frame, a distinctive color and shape that's a perfect complement for the Bausch & Lomb G-15 mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

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