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VS3581: Vintage Oakley Juliet Ichiro 51 sunglasses feature the revolutionary Oakley Polished X Metal frame combined with great Oakley Emerald Iridium lenses, an icon of 20th century sunglass design and the choice of athletes and celebrities around the world since their introduction in the 1990s. In fact this is the very rare Ichiro 51 model of which they produced only around 1000 original limited edition pairs branded for the Japanese baseball icon Ichiro Suzuki who played professionally for 28 seasons. In 2001, Suzuki became the first Japanese-born player in MLB and received 17 consecutive selections both as an All-Star and Gold Glove winner. Tell Me More

VS3582: Vintage Oakley Romeo 2 sunglasses feature the rare combination of a Plasma X Metal frame and Gold Iridium lenses, one of the best frame and lens combinations ever produced in the short lifespan of the Romeo 2. Oakley Romeo 2 sunglasses retain the distinctive design features of the original Oakley Romeo but take the design into a new space with a rimless lower front frame design and an overall sleeker and more streamlined appearance. Tell Me More

VS3583: Vintage Oakley Madman sunglasses are the acknowledged top of the line successor to the vintage Oakley X metal lines of the Oakley Juliet, Penny, and Mars, and we think you'll agree the Madman is a stylish and very modern update still incorporating the revolutionary Oakley metals and optically outstanding Iridium lenses. This is a rare complete Oakley Madman set - the Oakley 006019-02 Pewter frame that combines pewter and black ebony for a sleek and slightly menacing look, 5 complete sets of interchangeable Madman lenses (blue mirror, green mirror, gold mirror, orange mirror, and silver mirror). Tell Me More

VS3584: Vintage Oliver Peoples OP-524 sunglasses from the Oliver Peoples 1998 original release 5 barrel hinge 520 series are a real icon of modern sunglasses design and one of the single most influential styles that put Oliver Peoples eyewar on the designer map. The OP 524 was part of 3 sets OP issued for the Fight Club paper street series and considered for use in the film starring Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and Helena Bonham Carter, and these are the original 1998 version. Tell Me More

VS3585: Vintage Oliver Peoples American Optical 12k GF Ful Vue white gold sunglasses were purchased directly from Oliver Peoples and date back to the original estate collection of vintage American-made eyewear purchased by the founders of the Oliver Peoples that inspired the first Oliver Peoples designs in the late 1980’s. These early AO Ful Vue sunglasses are a great example of why they were so inspired - just look closely at the intricacy of the detailing on the frame and the very unique lens shape all of so much higher quality than anything being produced in the modern era. Tell Me More

VS3586: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-193 black aviator sunglasses are part of the first full Maui Jim sunglasses collection and their unique interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses and obviously not your typical Ray-Ban aviator. The nylon frame is strong and durable, but the stars of the show are the original Maui Jim double gradient mirror mineral glass lenses, a far cry from today's Maui Jim flimsy polycarbonate lenses. Tell Me More

VS3587: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-151 Gulfstream sunglasses have a look more reminiscent of vintage Revos of this period than the newer Maui Jims with polycarbonate lenses that most people associate with the brand. Here the lenses are double gradient mirror mineral glass with superb optics, and the mirrored finish looks great with the chrome frame. The Maui Jim MJ-151 Gulfstream is also a style that looks as good from the sides as the front with the mottled black tortoise ear stems. Tell Me More

VS3588: Vintage Ray-Ban L1568 Traditionals Style A sunglasses are a unique B&L Ray-Ban interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses but here in a great tortoise shell and black ebony frame coupled with Bausch & Lomb G-15 mineral glass lenses. This is arguably the most popular style in the Ray-Ban Traditionals style line, and we think you'll agree it's one of the best and most eye catching perfect for both formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS3589: Vintage Ray-Ban W0865 Traditionals Premier B sunglasses are one of the most elegant of all Ray-Ban Traditionals designs suitable for anything from the most formal to the most casual of occasions. The rich translucent tortoise shell frame has a quality that it seems only Bausch & Lomb and Persol could really pull off, and it looks great combined with the gold plated nose bridge and the striking B&L RB-3 mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS3590: Vintage Ray-Ban W1307 Olympian II Dlx sunglasses were produced in only small quantities for a short period of time, a successor to the iconic Ray-Ban L0255 Olympian I Deluxe Easy Riders made famous by the movie of the same name and worn by Peter Fonda. It's a little closer in shape to an elongated Caravan than the Olympian I which we think in turns makes them suitable for a wider variety of face sizes and shapes. Tell Me More

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