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VS3721: Vintage Oakley Romeo 1.0 sunglasses feature a low first generation X Metal Romeo frame and serial number along with highly reflective Oakley Fire Iridium lenses which all come together in what we think you'll agree is one of the best overall combinations of frame and lenses of any vintage Romeo ever produced. Oakley Romeo sunglasses created quite a sensation at their introduction c 1997, and stores around the world featured advertising displays to market Michael Jordan wearing Oakley Romeo and Mars sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS3722: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-115 02 South Shore sunglasses feature a sleek black ebony front frame and ear stems that transition to a colorful nylon swirl pattern that makes them look as good from the sides as they do from the front. The highly reflective Maui Jim mineral glass lenses are a top gradient mirror and rival the quality of any glass lenses ever produced regardless of maker. Tell Me More

VS3723: Vintage Ray-Ban Dekko Street Neat sunglasses are the most highly sought after variation in the Wayfarer Dekko line, and it's pretty easy to see why. In addition to the curvaceous, oversized shape of the Dekko you get the eye catching contrast of black ebony outer front frame and ear stems, all red inner frame, and red and black stripe top frame accent decoration. This is a style that will generate as much attention when you take them off and sit them down on a table as they will when you're wearing them. Tell Me More

VS3724: Vintage Alpina FM 21 sunglasses feature an eye catching matte silver frame along with the trademark gold plated accents and ear stems that give the Alpina FM 21 sunglasses their distinctive look, and in addition you get rare Alpina pink gradient lenses in this hard to find variation. Alpina FM 21 sunglasses are the perfect alternative for those with smaller face sizes and those who like the look of the iconic Alpina M1 but but want a slightly smaller variation. Tell Me More

VS3725: Vintage Vuarnet 027 Skilynx glacier glasses were produced in the mid to late 1970s which you can date by the use of the very early round PX (Pouilloux) symbol decorating the ear stems. Vuarnet Skilynx lenses are an amber-yellow base glass lens with anti-reflective interior coatings and double gradient mirror silver exterior filters. This legendary Vuarnet lens eliminates glare and reflection, enhances contrast and depth of field, and is recognized as the essential lens for in the mountains and at sea. Tell Me More

VS3726: Vintage Killer Loop sunglasses feature a highly sought after clear translucent frame and blue mirror lenses in a style reminiscent of vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarers, and in fact this earliest production of Killer Loop sunglasses date to Bausch & Lomb's ownership of the brand. It's a distinctive and eye catching style, quite different from most any other Killer Loop and certainly far higher quality than today's modern Killer Loop sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS3727: Vintage Serengeti 5320 Drivers black aviator sunglasses are a real classic in vintage sunglass design, one of the premier styles in the Serengeti Drivers Series c early 1990s and the largest of their various aviator styles. You'll love the high performance of these Corning Optics mineral glass lenses used in vintage Serengetis, a beautiful rose tint lens and a far cry from today's cheap modern Serengeti sunglasses with plastic lenses. Tell Me More

VS3728: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-145 Diamond Head sunglasses feature an intricately etched diamond head pattern on the ear stems as the name would imply, an eye catching look that makes the MJ-145 as striking to view from the sides as from the front. Like all vintage Maui Jims of this era the MJ-145 Diamond Head featured mineral glass lenses more reminiscent of vintage Revo lenses than today's light and flimsy polycarbonate plastic lenses. Tell Me More

VS3729: Vintage Killer Loop K0292 Volatile sunglasses feature a very early wrap sunglasses style frame later popularized by Oakley and others, a very high quality frame and lens combination dating to the days when the Killer Loop brand was owned by Bausch & Lomb. Don't miss the cool black rubber inserts that surround both front frame lenses and add plenty of extra design flair to the iconic Volatile. Tell Me More

VS3730: Vintage Oakley TiO2 sunglasses are light, strong, and rare, a combination of Oakley Romeo ear stems and the the Oakley Juliet lens contour with an average size of both but more inclined to the Romeos. The contrasting light and dark X Metal, Oakley X Metal is also called C5, a composite of 5 different metals that are heated and then fused together during the manufacturing process. The beauty of using C5 is that it is extremely strong, lightweight, durable and aesthetically beautiful. Tell Me More

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