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VS3319: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-144 Jaws sunglasses feature a beautifully and intricately etched copper frame along with early Maui Jim mirrored mineral glass lenses, more in keeping with vintage Revos from this period c 1980s - 1990s and certainly far different from today's polycarbonate Maji Jim lenses. Note the Art Deco inspred styling on the exterior of both ear stems, indicative of the high quality is seems only the Italians could get right during this period. Tell Me More

VS3320: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-163 Pacifico sunglasses feature a sleek, high performance copper frame with great styling coupled with early Maui Jim mirrored mineral glass lenses, a far cry from the polycarbonate Maui Jim lenses of today and with superb optical properties. They're more reminiscent of vintage Revo sunglasses from this period than to modern Maui Jims, and a highly respected rival for Revo in both frame and mirrored lens quality during this period. Tell Me More

VS3338: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-114 Shoreline sunglasses feature a sleek, low profile design and gently sloping wood grain ear stems in one of the more distinctive designs every produced by Maui Jim in these early days of their 1990s production. The gleaming copper frme is a subtle wrap design that contours more closely to the face to give you added wind and glare protection from the sides and particularly well suited to active sports and outdoor pursuits. Tell Me More

VS3339: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-143 Tiny Bubbles sunglasses feature a beautifully etched copper front frame and hinges coupled with translucent tortoise shell ear stems, a color combination that's hard to beat regardless of the style but particularly well suited to copper. Of course you also get vintage Maui Jim mineral glass lenses, a far cry from the flimsy plastic lenses of today's MJ's. Tell Me More

VS3340: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-150 Makai top gradient mirror sunglasses feature a subtle wrap design reminiscent of vintage Ray-Ban Predator sunglasses or early Oakley styles, a look that's pretty different than any other Maui Jim of this era or any era for that matter. The finely crafted metal frame has a sleek, low profile look, and you'll love the contrast of the mottle tortoise ear stems with brass highlights that make a distinctive and eye catching contrast with the front frame. Tell Me More

VS3341: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-154 Sundance sunglasses feature a finely crafted gold metal frame with typically high quality Oliver Peoples design flourishes in a classic style that's suitable for everything from sports to the most formal of occasions. In addition, you get the early vintage Maui Jim top gradient mirror lenses, made of mineral glass and a far cry from the lightweight flimsy plastic MJ lenses of today. Tell Me More

VS3357: Sometimes something a collector does catches our attention to the point we think it's a variation worthy and unique enough to offer for sale on the website, and that's the case here with this compilation of an intricately etched Revo 1208 front frame and Maui Jim MJ-151 ear stems that come together like they were made for each other. In fact, early Maui Jim sunglasses were very reminiscent of analogous early Revo styles and even had mineral glass lenses like the Revos in contrast to modern Maui Jim polycarbonate lenses. Tell Me More

VS3359: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-160 Commodore sunglasses are a unique Maui Jim interpretation of aviator sunglasses with somewhat more founded lenses than the teardrop shape found in Ray-Ban aviators and a highly relfective silver mirror anti-glare coating. Don't miss the finely crafted etching on the ear stems, indicative of the consistently high quality of these early Maui Jim styles in the original 100 series of model numbers. Tell Me More

VS3380: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-133 Hilo sunglasses were part of the very first design collection from Maui Jim, produced back when Maui Jims had mineral glass lenses and more resembled vintage Revos from the period than they do to modern Maui Jim sunglasses with light polycarbonate lenses. The gleaming copper frame of the MJ-133 Hilo is a perfect complement to the top gradient mirror lenses, highly reflective and with superior optical properties to polycarbonate plastic lenses. Tell Me More

VS3402: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-164 Tradewind sunglasses feature a beautiful matte antique gold frame with Art Deco inspired horizontal etching at the nose bridge and hinges and early Maui Jim mineral glass lenses more reminiscent of vintage Revos than of today's modern Maui Jims with flimsy polycarbonate lenses. The highly reflective lenses have a flash mirror coating on the front and an anti-glare coating on the rear, a perfect design complement for the muted shades of gold of the frame. Tell Me More

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