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VS3401: Vintage Ray-Ban L1701 Tortuga 58mm aviator sunglasses feature the rare Tortuga variation of the Arista gold plated frame along with hard to find Bausch & Lomb B-15 brown color contrast lenses. You'll see 50 B&L Ray-Ban Arista gold plated aviators for every one Tortuga aviator that comes along, and there's no better color complement for the Tortuga than the brown B-15 lenses. Bausch & Lomb B-15 high contrast brown mineral glass lenses screen out blue light to improve contrast and sharpen details. 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

VS3403: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-179 sunglasses is one of the most beautiful designs we have on our website regardless of designer, an incredibly beaufiful oversized Tortuga aviator frame and extraordinarily eye catching and highly reflective early Maui Jim double gradient mirror mineral glass lenses. This look rivals the best Tortuga frames of B&L Ray-Ban and Persol, and in fact most of our staff here at the Vintage Sunglasses Shop came down on the side of these Maui Jims. Tell Me More

VS3404: Vintage Ray-Ban L1707 sunglasses feature the rare Tortuga aviator frame and 62mm Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses that combine for one of the best color combos of any vintage sunglasses style. B&L Changeables lenses were innovative in their day and remain so today, changing color in varying light conditions via optical properties infused into the glass - not a coating that will wear out or wear off. Tell Me More

VS3405: Vintage Oakley T-Wire Titanium sunglasses are one of the most sought after designs ever produced by Oakley, with subtle wrap style titanium frame and the Oakley stylized brand name impressed on the front nose bridge and Oakley impressed on top of both ear stems. Titanium is one of the strongest and lightest metals known to man, used for advanced technologies such as satellites (and Oakley Titanium sunglass frames). Tell Me More

VS3406: Vintage Bolle 0194 glacier glasses were produced in such small quantities and are so rare that we've only had them in stock a few times since the founding of the Vintage Sunglasses Shop in 1998. The high performance blue nylon frame won't stick to your face even in the most extreme conditions, and the yellow Bolle lenses and size shields give your eyes total protection and are designed to be used in cloudy, hazy, "white out" type conditions in that the yellow lenses - like B&L Ray-Ban Kalichrome yellow lenses. Tell Me More

VS3407: Vintage Cazal 174 230 sunglasses are one of the most distinctive and eye catching designs Cazal founder Cari Zalloni ever created, and if you know anything about Cazal you know that's really saying something. This is a very early Cazal style, made in West Germany before the German reunification in 1990, and not many of these early examples still survive today. The predominantly blue and gold colors of the Cazal 174 230 is particularly striking when combined with the clear portions of the front frame. Tell Me More

VS3408: Vintage Persol 714 204 folding sunglasses feature the rare Honey Yellow frame, a great color variation of one of the most iconic and sought after styles Persol ever made. Steve McQueen turned Persol 714 olding sunglasses into a pop culture icon by wearing them throughout his life and on screen in movies such as The Thomas Crown Affair. Hand made in Italy, Persol 714 sunglasses fold in half via a horizontal hinge at the nose bridge and ear stems fold vertically via hinges halfway down each stem. Tell Me More

VS3409: Vintage Giorgio Armani 833 020 sunglasses feature a sleek, low profile design reminiscent of vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarers but less chunky and angular, more in keeping with the best in Italian design and a size and shape Armani returned to many times of the years creating his classically elegant sunglasses designs for men and women. The color combo of the black ebony frame and green mineral glass lenses make this a great choice for both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS3410: Vintage Giorgio Armani 943 083 sunglasses feature wide oval front frame and steeply angled ear stems that are one of the most distinctive of all design characteristics you'll find in vintage Giorgio Armani sunglasses. The translucent cream color of the Armani 943 083 is quite unique, a shade Armani used in only a few of their higher end styles back during this period of the early to mid 1990s. Tell Me More

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