Vintage Sunglasses - Page 372

Click on the Tell Me More links for lots more information and photos, use our award winning site search above, or see all our vintage designer sunglasses in our main Photo Gallery or grouped by Men's Sunglasses and Women's Sunglasses.

VS3711: Vintage Giorgio Armani 903 026 sunglasses are the rarest variation of iconic Armani 903 sunglasses and feature a beautiful textured snakeskin pattern frame, thick all around but particularly on the extra wide nose bridge that really gives these vintage sunglasses a lot of their design flair. The round lenses surrounded by thicker than normal frame combines with the unique nose bridge to give these a look reminiscent of a preppy style but certainly not something you're going to see outside very special occasions and on very special people. Tell Me More

VS3712: Vintage Jean Paul Gaultier 56-0174 sunglasses c 1991 are one of the most recognizable of all extraordinary JPG designs, an icon of rap and hip hop music and worn by Tupac Shakur (2Pac), Ethan Hawke, 2Chainz, A$AP Rocky, Samuel L. Jackson and other celebrities over the years. The extremely rare 56-0174 is probably the most iconic frame ever produced by Jean Paul Gaultier, and the front features a unique bolt-and-screw double bridge mounted on two triangles. The craftsmanship on the temples is truly state-of-the-art. Tell Me More

VS3713: Vintage Bolle Spectra Acrylex sunglasses feature a shape very analogous to vintage Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses but with plenty of extra French design flair starting with the highly reflective Bolle blue mirror lenses. It's a typically high quality frame and lens from Bolle's early days in the 1980s and certainly a far cry from cheap and flimsy modern Bolles sold at discount stores. Tell Me More

VS3714: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-170 tortoise 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 gold mirror mineral glass lenses, a far cry from today's Maui Jim flimsy polycarbonate lenses. Tell Me More

VS3715: Vintage Carrera 4813 90 sunglasses feature a strong and durable matte black composite frame in a size and shape reminiscent of some Oakleys from this period of the 1990s, but the real stars of the show are the very hard to find and highly reflective Carrera blue mirror lenses. Considered by many to be among the first serious sunglasses for active outdoor sports, the founded shape looks great on a side variety of face sizes while retaining outstanding eye coverage to protect from glare. Tell Me More

VS3716: Vintage Killer Loop K0734 Spoiler 1 sunglasses date to Bausch & Lomb's original ownership of the brand and feature a finely crafted matte silver frame similar in size and shape to an Oakley A Wire but stronger and with the added flair of the small side cup ridges on each side of the front frame that help to shield the eyes from side glare and wind. Tell Me More

VS3717: Vintage Ray-Ban L1530 Style 44 sunglasses from the Naturals collection c 1970s feature maroon color highlights on a hard to find clear translucent frame and a distinctively shaped front frame and ear stems that makes the L1530 look as good from the sides as from the front. The Ray-Ban Naturals line was produced in only small quantities for a few years in the 1970s and thus is very difficult to find today yet highly sought after by both collectors and fashion aficionados. Tell Me More

VS3718: Vintage Ray-Ban W0522 Wayfarer Street Neat sunglasses feature the incredible colors of the turquoise green mosaic top accent, one of the most sought after colors out of all the rainbow of colors that were part of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat line of the late 1980s and 1990s. It's hard to beat the color combination of turquoise green and black ebony, and the Street Neat line gives you the classic lines of the Wayfarer with plenty of extra pizazz and design flair. Tell Me More

VS3719: Vintage Ray-Ban W0356 sunglasses feature a distinctively elegant aviator inspired frame along with the eye catching color combination of black ebony and white geometric top accent reminiscent of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat line. It's a look that fits a wide variety of face sizes and shapes, and equally at home at the most formal to the most casual of occasions. Tell Me More

VS3720: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Leathers sunglasses have one of our favorite looks of any in the iconic Street Neat line of Ray-Ban Wayfarers, featuring orange leather ear stems combined with a tortoise shell front frame with all the classic lines of Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses. You'll find the Ray-Ban logo in raised metal relief on each ear stem near the hinges, and the front frame measures approximately 5.5" temple to temple and looks great with the contrast of the rich, deep leather and the black profile of classic Wayfarer sunglasses. Tell Me More

About The Vintage Sunglasses Shop

The Vintage Sunglasses Shop is the world's largest retailer of rare and authentic vintage sunglasses. Don't be fooled by fakes and misrepresentations - read about our vetting process and our condition & authenticity guarantee.

Tell your friends about us on Facebook or Twitter, then enter promo code 444971 at checkout to save 10% on your entire order plus always free shipping in the US and subsidized express shipping worldwide.

We buy finer vintage designer sunglasses that meet our standards; learn how to sell your vintage sunglasses at good prices with no fees, hassles, or uncertainties.

Visit us on Facebook at Vintage Sunglasses Shop, Vintage Revo Sunglasses, and Vintage Vuarnet Sunglasses, and thanks for visiting and shopping at the Vintage Sunglasses Shop!