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VS3371: Vintage Ray-Ban Outdoorsman shooter sunglasses feature a gold plated Arista 62mm Outdoorsman "General" frame, shooter ear stems for the most secure fit possible, and Bausch & Lomb 62mm double gradient mirror lenses that are extremely hard to find in 62mm versus the more common 58mm. The "General" brow bar improves the balance of the sunglasses on the face, and the highly reflective double gradient mirror lenses make it easier to read instrument panels and the like via the darker strip running horizontally across the center. Tell Me More

VS3372: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers Changeables sunglasses feature rare orange and black rope weave leather covering the Ray-Ban black chrome "General" frame along with Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses. Ray-Ban Changeables lenses are perfect for those who go in and out of buildings and don't want to constantly remove sunglasses - they darken considerably in the sunlight via properties infused into the glass lens and not a coating that will ever wear out or wear off. Tell Me More

VS3373: Vintage Ray-Ban W2350 Sidestreet Style 3 sunglasses feature gunmetal nose bridge and front frame, translucent gray ear stems, and Bausch & Lomb blue mirror mineral glass lenses reserved for only the top of their Sidestreet line production. You'll love the unique lens shape and rounded outside corners of the Sidestreet W2350 lenses, and it's a design that's equally at home at both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS3374: Vintage Ray-Ban Tortuga Outdoorsman sunglasses are one of the most beautiful and eye catching frames ever made by B&L Ray-Ban during the golden years, with great shades of red and gold Tortuga gold plating coupled with 62mm Bausch & Lomb brown B-15 high color contrast lenses. B&L B-15 high mineral glass lenses screen out blue light to improve contrast and sharpen details, providing 85% visible light absorption and 100% UV protection. Tell Me More

VS3375: Vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors sunglasses feature the rare green enamel variation of early B&L Ray-Ban Flying Colors, wherein green enamel is permanently bonded to the 58mm gold plated aviator frame to create the distinctive and unique look of vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors sunglasses. And what lens looks better with green Flying Colors than the light green B&L RB-3 lenses, another early lens shade that preceded the far more common B&L G-15 lens found in most Flying Colors. Tell Me More

VS3376: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses c 1950s feature a uniquely shaped turquoise and clear frame with eye catching extended temples, and distinctively shaped ear stems and ear pads that all combine with the light green B&L RB-30 lenses for a great early look in vintage Ray-Bans. Tell Me More

VS3377: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5641 48 sunglasses feature the rare, beautiful Tortuga tortoise shell frame coupled with brown gradient Porsche Carrera lenses for one of the best looks of any style in the iconic 5600 series of vintage Carrera Porsche Design sunglasses. Don't miss close ups of the many subtle gold and red color shadings of the Carrera Tortuga frame, here in a more angular rectangular style than more common round lens variations. Tell Me More

VS3378: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5621 55 sunglasses with rare tricolor and blue gradient interchangeable lens sets are the holy grail package when one thinks about vintage Porsche Carrera Sunglasses. First, the 5621 55 frame is in itself near impossible to find, with blue enamel and gold plated frame making an eye catching partner for the tricolor and blue gradient lens sets. The lenses are changed by raising the center nose bridge hinge and slotting the lenses into or out of the small prongs on the frame. Tell Me More

VS3379: Vintage Oakley A Wire sunglasses c mid to late 1990s have always been hard to find, but this rare frame and lens combination of brushed matte silver A Wire frame and blue tint Oakley Ruby Clear lenses were a particularly low production variation mostly offered only as a special order at higher end Oakley dealers. The color contrast of the matte silver and blue tint is distinctive and sure to attract attention, and like shades worn by U2's Bono the tint is light enough that you can comforably wear them indoors and out. 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

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