Vintage Sunglasses - Page 291
VS2901: Vintage Serengeti 5361 Vista sunglasses feature a unique angular shape with nose bridge reminiscent of vintage American Optical aviators, brow bar to improve balance on the face, shooter ear stems for the most secure fit possible, and of course amazing Serengeti Vermilion rose lenses made by Corning Optics. This is one of the most distinctive styles Serengeti ever produced during their golden years of collaboration with Corning Optics, and they embody both high performance and high style in one package. Tell Me More
VS2902: Vintage Serengeti 6259 Wickets Vermilion sunglasses are a sleek, racing inspired design featuring a rare red tortoise shell frame, but the real stars of the show are the amazing Corning Optics Vermilion double gradient mirror rose lenses. The eye catching red front frame is lightweight and strong, and the highly reflective Serengeti Vermilion lenses have built in spectral control filters that sharpen images while eliminating glare. Tell Me More
VS2903: Vintage Revo 4001 502 sunglasses feature a rich, dark tortoise shell wrap sunglasses frame, a high performance design that's the perfect complement for the Revo stealth mirror h20 polarized lenses. The colors of the 502 variation are really unique and frankly hard to capture in a photograph, but we think you'll get the idea. Note the soft inner pads of the ear pads, a nice comfort feature. Tell Me More
VS2904: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5623 40 sunglasses feature black snakeskin leather wrapping the gold plated Porsche Carrera 5623 frame, only sold as a special order by high end optical shops in a few big cities and thus almost impossible to find today. In addition to the Porsche Design leather frame you also get rare blue gradient Porsche Design lenses along with a second set of gray constant density lenses. Tell Me More
VS2905: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5623 75 sunglasses feature the rare white and gold plated variation of this icon of 20th century sunglass design, but along with a rare frame you also get the eye catching and extremely hard to find Porsche Design tricolor lenses with colors of blue, purple, and pink along with a second set of either gray or gray gradient Porsche Design lenses. A very few style variations of Carrera Porsche Design 5621 and 5623 sunglasses from this period came from the factory as part of a standard lens set as is the case here with the 5623 75. Tell Me More
VS2906: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5621 40 sunglasses feature the iconic gold plated Porsche Carrera 5621 oversized aviator frame that comes complete with two sets of interchangeable lenses - a rare set of blue gradient lenses and a second set of gray constant density lenses. The center hinge raises to allow the lenses to be removed and changed by inserting them into small prongs on the frame and then closing the center hinge to secure them. Tell Me More
VS2907: Vintage Ray-Ban Arcadia sunglasses are a rare, low production model you probably won't have seen before, and it's a shame because the combination of the tortoise shell and white frame along with highly reflective Bausch & Lomb top gradient mirror lenses is hard to beat! Few styles from the 1980s and 1990s had the B&L top gradient mirror lens as an option, and the Arcadia is our favorite because of how nicely the tortoise, white, and mirrored lenses complement each other. Tell Me More
VS2908: Vintage Ray-Ban Dekko sunglasses are a rare, low production variation of iconic B&L Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, but here the real stars of the show are the very hard to find Bausch & Lomb RB-50 mirrored lenses. Vintage Ray-Ban RB-50 lenses are one of the finest, most advanced lenses you can buy. It's a unique general purpose specialty lens for moderate to extreme glare conditions with light absorption ranging from 80% to 90% but extending to 95% under cold, bright conditions. Tell Me More
VS2909: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Dekko sunglasses are a rare, low production variation of iconic B&L Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, here featuring an eye catching tortoise shell frame and Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. You'll see design characteristics in the Dekko that you also see in vintage Ray-Ban Caballero and Onyx sunglasses, including the angular front frame and the thicker than normal ear stems. Tell Me More
VS2910: Vintage Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses c mid 1980s - early 1990s feature the rare black and gold frame variation produced in only small quantities coupled with original Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses became quite popular with Hollywood celebrities in the 1970s and 1980s, a slightly larger and more stylish variation of the shape of more traditional gold plated aviator sunglasses whose nylon frames allowed for greater experimentation with color. Tell Me More
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