Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 9

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VS312: Vintage Ray-Ban W2615 Air Boss sunglasses are one of the coolest and most futuristic designs ever produced by Bausch & Lomb before selling the Ray-Ban brand to Luxottica in 1999. It's a subtle yet distinctive wrap sunglasses design, but the odd and elongated shape of these vintage B&L G-15 lenses is not something you would easily replace at your local optician and required skilled craftsmanship. Tell Me More

VS313: Vintage Ray-Ban 62mm Ambermatic aviator sunglasses are an icon of modern sunglasses design, featuring the famous Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic photochromatic lenses and the choice of pilots, aviators, sailors, and hunters for over 40 years. Ray-Ban Ambermatic lenses offer a greater contrast between clouds and sky and made it easier to see objects while at the same time progressively blocking the light and providing 100% UV protection. Tell Me More

VS314: Vintage Ray-Ban W2319 Sidestreet Diner Oval sunglasses feature a sleek chrome frame that looks terrific on both men and women, but the real stars of the show are the highly reflective oval Bausch & Lomb G-31 mirrored lenses. Vintage Ray-Ban W2319 Sidestreet sunglasses are reminiscent of vintage Revo sunglasses from this same period of the 1990s, quite a departure from traditional B&L Ray-Ban designs but one we think you'll agree is a real winner. Tell Me More

VS315: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers Outdoorsman Rose Changeables sunglasses feature leather covered General bar, leather covered lens frame and ear pads, Arista gold plated frame, and rare B&L Rose Changeables photochromatic 58mm lenses. These lenses are popular with celebrities - well really with just about everyone - because the pink color is suitable for wearing indoors or in lower light conditions while the photochromatic properties of the lenses make them darken considerably in the sunlight. Tell Me More

VS317: If like us you're partial to the original B&L Ray-Ban 5022 Wayfarer sunglasses, we think you'll enjoy these fully mirrored B&L Ray-Ban black Waufarers. While Bausch & Lomb made many sunglasses and many finer quality optical lenses for those sunglasses, it's just a fact that they produced B&L mirrored lenses only in very small numbers - and don't be fooled by widespread Asian fakes in online auctions. Tell Me More

VS320: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Leathers sunglasses have one of our favorite looks of any in the iconic line of Ray-Ban Wayfarers, featuring orange leather top accent and ear stems combined with a black ebony lower front frame in the iconic Wayfarer 5022 frame. You'll find the Ray-Ban logo in raised metal relief on each ear stem near the hinges. Tell Me More

VS322: For a break from the basic black or tortoise shell Wayfarer, these vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat sunglasses feature the hard to find white geometric top accent and matching ear stems of the iconic Wayfarer Street Neat line c early to mid 1990s. They've got the classic B&L Ray-Ban Wayfarer shape, but the black ebony and white color contrast makes for a pretty stunning color combination and original Bausch & Lomb quality - not cheap Wayfarer counterfeits and modern reproductions. Tell Me More

VS330: Vintage Ray-Ban 62mm Ambermatic shooter sunglasses feature cable wire ear stems for the most secure fit possible in any type of conditions along with Bausch & Lomb's famous Ambermatic lenses. The B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens has photochromatic properties that change density depending on the degree of both brightness and temperature. Taking its name from the color of the lens, Ray-Ban Ambermatic sunglasses change from amber yellow to gray and darker and denser in bright light conditions and in colder temperatures. Tell Me More

VS338: Vintage Ray-Ban W2952 Sidestreet Combo Oval sunglasses feature an antique gold frame combined with a satin bronze accent has the look of burl walnut around the perimeter of the oval lenses and on both ear pads. Popular with advanced B&L Ray-Ban collectors and fashion aficionados, Ray-Ban W2952 Sidestreet sunglasses are an elegant design that's equally at home for both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS341: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers Rounds sunglasses are always hard to find, but one of the rarest styles features the brown snakeskin covering the Arista gold plated frame along with Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses. The leather wrapped frame looks great with the round B&L Changeables photochromatic lenses that will darken in bright sunlight and then lighten again when returning indoors. Tell Me More

VS346: Vintage Ray-Ban 12k GF Decot bullet hole Kalichrome shooters are en enduring icon with hunters and shooters the world over featuring the "bullet hole" design to create better balance for the sunglasses and amazing Bausch & Lomb yellow Kalichrome mineral glass lenses. Bausch & Lomb developed these shooters with well known sportsman Bud Decot in the 1950s, and they are still the benchmark shooting sunglasses for skeet and trap shooters worldwide. Tell Me More

VS348: B&L Ray-Ban Signet sunglasses are one of the all time classics of vintage sunglass design, but we think the pinnacle of the line that was produced only in small quantities is the vintage Ray-Ban Signet Tortuga with 52mm B-15 Bausch & Lomb lenses. Tell Me More

VS351: Rare and vintage B&L Ray-Ban 12k GF Deep Freeze double gradient density mirrored lens sunglasses are in our opinion the very best and rarest sunglasses ever produced by Bausch & Lomb from Ray-Ban's inception in the late 1940s through 1999 when Ray-Ban was sold to Italian company Luxottica. Tell Me More

VS354: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat sunglasses feature the rare rose geometric pattern top frame and ear stems and rich black ebony lower frame all in the iconic cool Wayfarer sunglasses style. In the early 1990s Bausch & Lomb introduced the Wayfarer Street Neat style to complement the original production of classic black or tortoise shell Wayfarers. In the ensuing years a wide variety of colors and patterns were added to the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat collection. Tell Me More

VS356: When Bausch & Lomb sold the Ray-Ban brand in 1999 to Luxottica, it was preceeded by a period of transition in which some production of B&L Ray-Ban sunglasses were produced in Italy and the B&L marks were gradually dropped from the frames and lenses. Tell Me More

VS357: Vintage Ray-Ban W1088 Wayfarer Street Neat sunglasses feature an eye catching and colorful pattern and are one of the most striking variations of vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, combining the predominantly blue mosaic pattern with black ebony in the classic Wayfarer style. This Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat mosaic pattern has been studied in art schools, and aside from the overall visual elegance pay particular attention to the colors of aquamarine and burgundy with gold accent lines. Tell Me More

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