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VS3501: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5692 70 folding shield sunglasses are a marvel of modern sunglasses design and engineering, a relatively flat lens shield connected to a hiden top hinge that folds down to allow storing them in a case not much wider than a slice of bread. Very rare and produced in only small quantities, Porsche Design 5692 sunglasses also feature the hardest to find lens color of blue gradient which we think you'll agree is the perfect color complement for the titanium silver frame. Tell Me More

VS3502: Exclusive to the Vintage Sunglasses Shop from what is likely the world's last collection of unworn vintage Revo sunglasses frames from the company's inception in the mid 1980s until the brand was sold in 1998, this is a very rare find for collectors and fashion aficionados alike. Included are Revo 1410 008, 1412 008, 830 008, and a few very rare prototype frames that never made it into production but are arguably among the most distinctive designs the company ever produced. Tell Me More

VS3503: Vintage Revo 1405 017 Amadeus sunglasses feature an eye catching, distinctively styled tortoise shell front frame with great translucence along with intricately etched matte gold metal ear stems that all come together with the brown mineral glass lenses for a great look. Revo 1405 Amadeus sunglasses are part of Revo's early style line c late 1980s, and they were a design departure from the more traditional shapes that had preceded it in the Revo Shapes collection. Tell Me More

VS3504: Vintage Revo 953 Combo Round sunglasses are the very earliest prototype incarnation of iconic Revo 953 sunglasses, here with a tortoise shell frame coupled with intricately etched gunmetal silver ear stems and nose bridge along with highly reflective Revo purple mirror lenses. One way you can tell these are the earliest version of the 953 can be seen in how the Revo logo is embossed on the ear stem and the etched gunmetal pattern is slightly different and glossier versus the matte finish in future production. Tell Me More

VS3505: Vintage Revo 1413 001 Michelangelo sunglasses are the original frame and lens variation of the Revo 1413 and evokes the retro look of John Lennon's teashade sunglasses, thin and light but with that unmistakable Revo design flair! You'll love the high quality and intricately etched silver gunmetal frame and workmanship that goes into these Revo 1413 sunglasses, and what better color combination to pair with it than Revo brown mineral glass lenses that offer both high performance and high style. Tell Me More

VS3506: Vintage Revo 1405 016 Amadeus sunglasses feature an eye catching, distinctively styled mottled black front frame witt great color shadings along with intricately etched gunmetal silver ear stems that all come together with the brown mineral glass lenses for a great look. Revo 1405 Amadeus sunglasses are part of Revo's early style line c late 1980s, and they were a design departure from the more traditional shapes that had preceded it in the Revo Shapes collection. Tell Me More

VS3507: Vintage Serengeti 5284 Vermilion Graphite Aviator sunglasses feature a sleek matte black graphite aviator style frame, but the real stars of the show are the rare Corning Optics Vermilion double gradient mirror lenses. Vintage Serengeti Vermilion lenses are highly reflective and have an unmistakable rose mirror tint of early Serengeti / Corning Optics Vermilion mirrored lenses. Serengeti Vermilion lenses are "double gradient mirror and anti-reflection coated lenses" that set new standards for both looks and performance. Tell Me More

VS3508: Vintage Serengeti 5366 Vermilion Navigator sunglasses feature a cool black metal frame in a size and shape reminscent of vintage Ray-Ban Caravan sunglasses but nobody is going to mistake these Vermilion Navigators for Ray-Bans. . That's because vintage Serengeti Vermilion lenses are highly reflective and have that unmistakable rose mirror tint of early Serengeti / Corning Optics Vermilion mirrored lenses. Tell Me More

VS3509: Vintage Serengeti 5153 Kilimanjaro Species sunglasses are a unique Serengeti interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses, but nobody will associate these Serengeti 5153 sunglasses with your basic aviators. The frame color may be described as beige or taupe with blue highlights, but however you characterize it we think you'll agree it's an eye catching look. But of course you also get rare Serengeti mirrored lenses in this style, part of the Kilimanjaro Species line. Tell Me More

VS3510: Vintage Serengeti 5358 Vermilion sunglasses feature durable, high performance matte black graphite sports frame that's made from a proprietary material patented by Serengeti in the 1990s. They provide both comfort and performance, but the real stars of the show are the Serengeti Vermilion 7000SS double gradient mirror lenses made by Corning Optics of Corning glass fame. The silver mirror exterior coatings are applied to a rose colored base lens with rich blue - purple anti-glare coatings on the rear. Tell Me More


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