Vintage Sunglasses - Page 85
VS841: Vintage red Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses were one of the few color variations done by Bausch & Lomb for the original Wayfarer first generation style and thus much harder to find than black ebony or tortoise shell. It's the classic Wayfarer shape but snazzed up in red along with B&L G-15 mineral glass lenses, the original anti-glare lenses Bausch & Lomb developed for the US military. Tell Me More
VS842: Vintage Ray-Ban white Wayfarer sunglasses were along with red one of the few color variations done by Bausch & Lomb for the original Wayfarer 5022 and 5024 sunglasses and thus much harder to find than black ebony and tortoise shell. There are few equals to the look of original white Wayfarers with B&L G-15 lenses, the sunglasses you saw movie and TV stars such as Audrey Hepburn wearing during the 1960s and 1970s. Tell Me More
VS843: Rounding out our vintage Ray-Ban red, white, and blue listing group, these vintage Ray-Ban blue CATS sunglasses were produced c late 1980s / early 1990s and feature the distinctive Ray-Ban CATS cat's paw insignia on the ear stem. This is a frame shape almost identical to Vuarnet 002 sunglasses, also made of nylon and introduced about the same period when the French were producing these attractive and durable nylon frames. Tell Me More
VS844: B&L Ray-Ban introduced a color explosion to classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses with the Wayfarer Street Neat, and the original color combination they produced with the traditional B&L 5022 frame and marks was this wonderful red and black ebony Wayfarer Street Neat. The red and black color combination is really eye catching, a perfect color contrast that accentuates the angular lines and curves of the Wayfarer. Tell Me More
VS845: When B&L Ray-Ban introduced 2 tone colors to classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses with the Wayfarer Street Neat, another original color combination they produced with the traditional B&L 5022 frame and marks was this purple and black ebony Wayfarer Street Neat. Note the subtle geometric lines in the purple ear stems and top accents that add a lot of design flair to these vintage Ray-Ban Street Neats, and it's hard to beat the look of purple and black in a pair of sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS846: Ray-Ban W0496 white pearl and ebony Wayfarer II Street Neat sunglasses are one of the simplest but most elegant designs in the Ray-Ban Street-Neat line. Note the angled linear geometric design on the white pearl ear stems in the classic Wayfarer shape, and it's always hard to beat white on black for the cool effect. You'll find the Ray-Ban logo in raised metal relief on the exterior of both ear stems, a matte chrome with black base that looks terrific set against the white geometric ear stems. Tell Me More
VS847: Vintage Ray-Ban W1437 Innerview sunglasses feature a sleek Euro inspired shape done in the always hard to find yellow tortoise shell color and coupled with Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses for a super look. The way early B&L Ray-Ban tortoise frames were produced creates a degree of translucence that really shimmers in the sunlight and looks quite different from tortoise styles from other brands. Tell Me More
VS848: No offense to vintage Oakleys, but we think you'll agree there's no comparison in either looks or optical quality with these vintage B&L Ray-Ban W1739 Sport Series 3 sunglasses with the very rare Bausch & Lomb Ace A-30 purple chromax lenses. The Ray-Ban Sports Series pioneered high performance sport sunglasses in a wrap style designed to contour closely to the face for added eye protection on the sides, and the A-30 Chromax mineral glass lenses are incredible for their optical properties. Tell Me More
VS849: Vintage Revo 1013 001 sunglasses were one of the first Revo wrap styles, and it's still widely considered to be the best in the entire wrap line from the Shapes Collection of the 1980s. The wrap design will contour more closely to your face to provide added eye protection from the sides, and the durable composite material Revo used in these early Revo 1013 sunglasses is a high performance match for these blue mirrored lenses. Tell Me More
VS850: Vintage Revo 1125 011 Giant Python sunglasses are one of the most distinctive and enduringly popular styles ever produced by Revo c late 1980s / early 1990s. The Revo 1125 Giant Python gunmetal frame features the intricately etched snakeskin pattern on both ear stems and across the nose bridge, and the gunmetal silver Python looks fantastic with these Revo stealth mirrored lenses. Tell Me More
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