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VS2261: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5623 sunglasses feature the very rare purple Austrian frame that was only produced as a special order by Carrera c late 1980s, an eye catching style that's sure to make your eyewear unique at any event from the most formal to the most casual. Paired with the purple 5623 frame are terrific yellow and gray lens sets with yellow being very hard to find, giving you two very distinct looks in one pair of sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS2262: Vintage Revo 3034 093 rimless sunglasses are one of the few rimless styles Revo ever produced before the sale of the company in 1998, and the resulting lightweight frame coupled with the unmatched optical quality of original Revo polarized lenses has made the 3034 style enduringly popular over the years. Tell Me More

VS2263: Vintage Ray-Ban General sunglasses feature rare and highly reflective Ray-Ban 50 (RB 50) lenses, a type of lens that was produced in only very small quantities and only found in very select B&L Ray-Ban styles of the General and a few of the CATS line. Vintage B&L Ray-Ban RB-50 lenses are one of the finest, most advanced lenses you can buy, a unique general purpose specialty lens for moderate to extreme glare conditions. Tell Me More

VS2264: Vintage Ray-Ban Marche sunglasses are one of the icons of modern sunglasses design, seen on many famous women on stage and screen during the 1950s, 1960s, and into the early 1970s. It can be considered a more modern take on vintage cat eye sunglasses of an earlier era, and of course you also get the unparalleled optics of authentic Bausch & Lomb lenses. Tell Me More

VS2265: Vintage Ray-Ban Solette sunglasses feature unique and eye catching horizontal striping in alternating shades of green, difficult to manufacture but we think you'll agree definitely worth the extra effort. The Ray-Ban Solette was featured on many vintage advertising promotions in the 1960s, many inviting the rest of the country to come to Florida and enjoy the sunshine of the Florida beaches and resorts of that era. Tell Me More

VS2266: Vintage Ray-Ban Alita sunglasses were made famous by Audrey Hepburn who was often photographed at Hollywood events wearing the Alita, and it's a style that was produced around the same time as the Marcellina and Lisbon but in far less quantity and so thus much harder to find today. Tell Me More

VS2267: Vintage Ray-Ban 10k GO sunglasses c 1960s were a very early style of a more rectangular variation of classic aviator sunglasses, and one of the very few frame styles that were produced with white gold plating - in this case 10k gold overlay and so marked on the frame. Note the intricate etching and texture in the metal that was very difficult and expensive to manufacture and something you just don't see today in any style or brand of sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS2268: Vintage Ray-Ban W0372 Traditionals Style C sunglasses feature rare and highly reflective Bausch & Lomb top gradient mirror lenses, one of the few frame styles where you can find rare B&L top gradient mirror lenses and a cool color complement to the tortoise shell. The large mostly round lenses give you a vintage look that stands out in the crowd, a cool and elegant style perfect for both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS2269: Vintage Ray-Ban W0996 Fashion Metals Style IV sunglasses are the low production companion of the more elongated Fashion Metals Style II, a distinctive lens shape that is reminiscent of early military issue Caravan sunglasses but much more refined and elegant. You also get the famous Bausch & Lomb RB-3 mineral glass lenses, developed for the US military and featuring "absorption balanced with the eye's sensitivity to colors for peak acuity." Tell Me More

VS2270: Vintage Ray-Ban W2186 sunglasses exude suave, cool, and elegant in every aspect of the design, from the thin band of Tortuga tortoise shell that surrounds the front lenses to the Bausch & Lomb B-15 color contrast lenses. Ray-Ban B-15 high contrast brown lenses screen out blue light to improve contrast and sharpen details, providing 85% visible light absorption and 100% UV protection. Tell Me More

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