Vintage Persol & Persol Ratti Sunglasses - Page 18

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VS3434: Vintage Persol 624 3E sunglasses feature a sleek, elegant, lower profile design often seen on the faces of European Formula One racing drivers during the 1980s and a beautiful light orange honey tortoise frame. The Persol "Victor Flex" slots at the nose bridge provide unprecedented flexibility and comfort, and the overall styling looks as modern today as when they were first introduced c early 1970s. Tell Me More

VS3435: Vintage Persol 714 24 S3 Steve McQueen folding sunglasses are an engineering marvel of the 20th century, folding up to a size not much larger than a single lens and known as the first ever collapsible folding sunglasses. But these Persol 714 folding sunglasses are a special issue, with the tortoise shell frame and blue Neophan lenses popularized by the actor Steve McQueen. Steve McQueen wore the Persol 714 in the 1968 movie The Thomas Crown Affair. Tell Me More

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