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VS3661: Vintage Ray-Ban Stateside Olympics Collection sunglasses feature a striking and eye catching yellow and orange front frame , orange rear frame, and yellow outer and orange inner ear stems, all paired with Bausch & Lomb G-31 silver mirror lenses. This limited edition Ray-Ban Stateside was produced as part of the Ray-Ban Olympic Games Collection made possible by their honorarium of being "Selected By The U. S. Olympic Committee". Tell Me More

VS3662: Vintage Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses feature the eye catching clear and black ebony frame that Bausch & Lomb only produced back in the 1960s and early 1970s, for it was very difficult and expensive to manufacture because of the layering and materials contrast. Of course with this variation you also get highly reflective Bausch & Lomb G-31 mirrored lenses, and the frame and lens combo all comes together to give what we think you'll agree is something sure to generate compliments and questions most every time you wear them. Tell Me More

VS3663: Vintage Ray-Ban Signet Deluxe sunglasses were the original iteration of this modern design icon c 1960s, evoking a sleeker, more angular, lower profile design than more modern Ray-Ban Signet sunglasses of the 1970s - 1990s. The matte gold frame is of typically high Bausch & Lomb quality, strong and durable and the predecessor for frames that would be referred to as Deep Groove later in the 70s and 80s. Tell Me More

VS3664: Vintage Ray-Ban Big Benji sunglasses take you right back into the 1960s with an authentic icon from that period and not just some modern reproduction that tries to evoke the style. I think we can safely guarantee that any time you wear these extremely rare sunglasses they're going to draw an admiring crowd. One of the very few truly mod 1960s styles Bausch & Lomb produced, the black and white checkerboard pattern is particularly distinctive and eye catching. Tell Me More

VS3665: Vintage Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses from the Ray-Ban Olympics Collection feature a sleek black ebony frame coupled with original Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Ray-Ban Vagabond sunglasses became quite popular with Hollywood celebrities in the in the 1970s and 1980s, a slightly larger and more stylish variation of the shape of more traditional gold plated aviator sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS3666: Vintage Ray-Ban Polyanna sunglasses are a design icon of the late 1950s and early 1960s, right up there with Bausch & Lomb's other similar styles like the Lisbon and Marcellina. But with the Polyanna you also get the decorative carving studded with rhinestones on each front temple, one of the very few B&L Ray-Ban styles to have this type of embellishment. Tell Me More

VS3667: Vintage Ray-Ban Stateside sunglasses are one of the most recognizable styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb during their 60 years of stewardship of the Ray-Ban brand, and this sleek and elegant black ebony and clear Stateside frame with Bausch & Lomb G-31 mirrored lenses was a low production vairation of the iconic Stateside. The highly reflective G-31 mirrored lens was offered for sale on only a very small number of styles, an expensive lens to manufacture. Tell Me More

VS3668: Vintage Ray-Ban "Zebra Stripes" cat eye sunglasses were along with the Big Benji one of the only truly mod 1960s styles Bausch & Lomb produced, for the most part sticking with their more traditional designs. But we think you'll agree these quite rare Zebra Stripes are a fine piece of art not to mention art that is equipped with optically outstanding Bausch & Lomb RB-3 mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS3669: Vintage Ray-Ban Caravan Echelon sunglasses were the original version of the iconic Ray-Ban Caravan produced for the US military and notable by the distinctively straight ear stems which were also thicker, stronger, and the predecessor to what would later be called the Deep Groove frame. These Ray-Ban Caravans are also sometimes referred to as the Bayonet, so named for the exposed metal coming to a point and visible through the clear translucent ear pads. Tell Me More

VS3670: Vintage Ray-Ban Vagabond Photosun Changeables sunglasses feature an eye catching purple and clear translucent frame that set the stage for the Ray-Ban Flying Colors line introduced later in the 1980s. In fact these were so early c 1960s that Bausch & Lomb referred to them as "Photosun" lenses and they were developed by Corning Optics, later to be replaced with the trademark name Changeables. Tell Me More

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