Vintage and Antique Sunglasses, Steampunk and Motorcycle Goggles - Page 12

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VS2579: Vintage Gargoyles Z87 MSA sunglasses are one of the most unique designs you'll ever see whether in new or vintage styles, a design explosion that's also incredibly functional with a extreme wrap design and large side shields that provide unparalleled protection for your eyes from all sides. The side shields slide on the ear stems so you can perfect the fit and protection specifically for your face and preferences. Tell Me More

VS2586: Vintage Killer Loop K0253 Recess sunglasses feature a super cool and eye catching silver frame in a sleek, industrial style, part of the very first collection of Killer Loop sunglasses imported into the US when the brand was owned by Bausch & Lomb. Killer Loop K0253 Recess sunglasses are a wrap design angled sharply at the nose bridge to provide greater contour, and don't miss the open cut ear stems that provide plenty of extra design flair from the sides. Tell Me More

VS2590: Vintage Gargoyles Kitty Hawk sunglasses date to the early days of Gargoyles sunglasses introduced into the US market, a unique interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses but with that unmistakable Gargoyles design flair. Gargoyles introduced this oversized aviator along the same design principles as Carrera Porsche Design from about this same period, with larger aviator styles made possible for the first time with advanced optyl lenses that were both optically outstanding and lightweight. Tell Me More

VS2597: Vintage Gargoyles Sundance sunglasses are a unique Gargoyles interpretation of vintage aviator sunglasses, dating to the early years of Gargoyles production and pre-dating the wrap style sunglasses for which they later became known. Tell Me More

VS2598: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-163 sunglasses feature a sleek, high performance, gleaming steel gray frame with great early Maui Jim double gradient mirror mineral glass lenses that in these early days of the Maui Jim line had a look and optical quality analogous with that being produced by Revo in the 1980s and early 1990s. Tell Me More

VS2628: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Sintra sunglasses were designed to evoke the look Frank Sinatra c 1950s without violating trademark laws by adopting a literal use of his name, a very distinctive size and shape just like Old Blue Eyes could be seen wearing when out and about the town and in the pages of celebrity magazines of this period. The large round lenses and the distinctively arched nose bridge make this one of the most recognizable but yet more obscure and hard to find of all vintage Bausch & Lomb eyewear. Tell Me More

VS2630: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds sunglasses are incredibly rare in and of themselves dating to c 1950s - 1960s, but you'll be hard pressed to ever again find them paired with these very early first generation Ray-Ban Diamond Hard lenses that combine to make one great pair of vintage sunglasses. Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds have a distinct shape that preceded the later Ray-Ban Clubmasters, but the real stars of the show are the Diamond Hard lenses. Tell Me More

VS2633: Vintage Oliver Peoples OP-9 sunglasses are another design icon in the early west coast style collection of Oliver Peoples LA sunglasses, long before OP turned more into a mass market brand sold all across the country. You'll love the gleaming yellow tortoise shell front frame with deep, rich black highlights along with the intricately etched black metal hinges and ear stems. Tell Me More

VS2634: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-166 Latitude green tortoise shell mirrored sunglasses are definitely not your modern Maui Jims - and we think a whole lot better! The MJ 166 combines striking green tortoise ear stems with hues of orange interspersed for a great look, one of the earliest styles Maui Jim produced and much more like vintage Revos than today's lightweight Maui Jims. Tell Me More

VS2641: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Type II Rectangles Kalichrome sunglasses feature the amazing properties of the Bausch & Lomb Kalichrome C lens paired with this early B&L Type II Art Deco inspired nickel plate which produces a silver lustre. The Type II frame is extremely strong and durable, most typically used as safety glasses but then adopted by B&L as the frame of choice for their very first production of Kalichrome lenses for hunters and shooters. Tell Me More

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