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VS2161: Vintage Alpina Targa Florio TF 30 sunglasses are a unique Alpina interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses but with that unmistakable Alpina design flair, combining an eye catching lens shape with gold plated top brow bar and nose bridge accented by 3 silver screws. Tell Me More

VS2162: Vintage Alpina Targa Florio TF 31 sunglasses are a unique Alpina interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses but with that unmistakable Alpina design flair, combining an eye catching lens shape with gold plated and hunter green top brow bar and nose bridge accented by 3 silver screws. Tell Me More

VS2163: Vintage Alpina Targa Florio TF 32 sunglasses are a unique Alpina interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses but with that unmistakable Alpina design flair, combining an eye catching lens shape with black ebony top brow bar and silver plated nose bridge accented by 3 gold screws. Tell Me More

VS2164: Vintage Alpina M1 sunglasses sport the sleek, racing inspired design that's made the Alpina M1 the choice of major sports figures as well as fashion aficionados for over 30 years. And among all the frame and lens color variations made over the years, we think you'll agree that this black on black version with high performance black frame, black screws, and Alpina gradient lenses is one of the finest. Tell Me More

VS2165: Vintage Revo 870 008 sunglasses feature a beautiful translucent yellow tortoise shell wrap frame and Revo's amazing purple mirror lenses that turn a rich, deep purple out in the sunlight. The tortoise shell and purple mirror lenses are a perfect color combination, and we like the simple yet elegant frame design the most notable of which is the horizontal band that creates a top accent for extra design flair. Tell Me More

VS2166: Vintage Ray-Ban L0207 52mm aviator sunglasses were the smallest of all the aviator styles Bausch & Lomb produced during their 65 years of owning the Ray-Ban brand, perfect for both men and women with smaller face sizes and an always popular choice for teens and young adults. You still get the same classic look of Ray-Ban 58mm and 62mm aviators, with gold plated frame and teardrop shape Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Tell Me More

VS2167: Vintage Ray-Ban Marcellina sunglasses feature a red tortoise shell frame in the iconic Marcellina cat eye style, a very rare color variation produced in only small quantities relative to the far more common black and orange tortoise shell Ray-Ban Marcellina sunglasses. The pronounced temple flares that curve backward are one of the most striking design features of the Marcellina line, and you would have seen Audrey Hepburn, Vivien Leigh, and other Hollywood celebrities wearing this style back in the 1960s. Tell Me More

VS2168: Vintage Ray-Ban W0362 Drifter sunglasses feature the striking combination of white pearl top accent with black ebony lower frame and ear stems, a style and color combination reminiscent of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat line but with extra size and design flair. Ray-Ban Drifter sunglasses were originally introduced and marketed in fact as a larger and more curvaceous alternative to the lines and angles of the Wayfarer. Tell Me More

VS2169: Vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors sunglasses feature a blue 62mm aviator frame that creates a particularly eye catching look when combined with the Bausch & Lomb G-15 mineral glass lenses - certainly not a color or style you're likely to see anyone else wearing no matter where you are. Ray-Ban Flying Colors were made in the 1970s and 1980s and quickly became an icon of modern sunglasses design, using a patented technique to permanently bond colored enamels. Tell Me More

VS2170: Vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors sunglasses feature a light purple Flying Colors frame combined with Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses, a low production variation that we think you'll agree is one of the best of all the iconic Flying Colors line. You'll never see many light purple Flying Colors, even harder to find than their dark purple sibing. Ray-Ban Flying Colors were made in the 1970s and 1980s and quickly became an icon of modern sunglasses design. Tell Me More

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