Vintage Sunglasses - Page 53
VS521: Vintage Revo 957 013 Small Round sunglasses from the Classic Shapes collection is one of the most distinctive styles Revo ever produced, combining the rare and eye catching yellow tortoise shell frame with top of the line Revo green mirror lenses. Tell Me More
VS522: Vintage Ray-Ban W1665 Chromax sunglasses from the Ray-Ban Driving Series are the total package you look for in fine vintage sunglasses - a look that can't be beat with the use of gold plating and black in the classic "General" aviator style combined with amazing Bausch & Lomb Chromax lenses. The Chromax Color Contrast Technology lenses enhance the relative intensity and contrast of critical driving colors (reds, greens, and ambers). Tell Me More
VS523: Vintage Revo 3025 stealth mirror H20 sunglasses are notable for the loosely hexagonal lens shape and the subtle wrap design to give a closer contour to the face. The Revo stealth mirror polarized H20 lenses are highly reflective silver - blue in color but pick up plenty of hues of red and purple out in the sunlight. Tell Me More
VS524: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban W2980 Sidestreet sunglasses have a style and look reminiscent of vintage Revo sunglasses with durable gray composite ear stems matched with silver front frame and hinges and B&L G-15 anti-glare lenses. Tell Me More
VS525:Vintage and early Revo 3006 blue mirror aviator sunglasses are somewhat smaller than the analogous Revo Venture Aviator, making them a better unisex frame size at approximately 5.25" temple to temple but retaining the stunning look of the Revo blue mirror lenses and black Italian frame. Tell Me More
VS526: Vintage and rare B&L Ray-Ban Leathers Ambermatic sunglasses are covered in black English bridle leather and feature a leather wrapped General brow bar. We very seldom see Ambermatic Leathers, and we particularly like the use of a silver aviator frame as the base and the brown B-15 high contrast 62mm lenses. Tell Me More
VS527: Vintage B&L Bausch & Lomb Ful Vue 23 sunglasses are one of the earliest examples of a true sunglass that preserved optical quality and predates the establishment of the Ray-Ban brand by B&L c 1930s. Starting life intended as safety goggles used extensively in World War II and under the B&L American Optical brand, these vintage B&L Ful Vue sunglasses are today used as motorcycles goggles and fall into the broader category of steampunk goggles. Tell Me More
VS528: Really beautiful and hard to find vintage Revo 3014 081 S-61 sunglasses feature tortoise shell ear stems, copper frame, and Revo brown H20 polarized lenses. We've really come to love vintage Revo gleaming copper frames like the 3014 081. Tell Me More
VS529: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban W2844 Sidestreet sunglasses combine a brushed antique gold frame with uniquely shaped Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses for a look that's perfect for both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More
VS530: Vintage Revo 3007 081 S61 sunglasses feature tortoise shell ear stems, copper hinges and front frame, and Revo H20 polarized lenses in an early sports wrap style of sunglasses. Revo 3007 sunglasses curve to more closely contour to the face and provide extra side protection from wind, rain, and glare. Tell Me More
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