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VS3741: Vintage Ray-Ban Sharpshooter Bullet Hole "The General" sunglasses are a low production variation of bullet hole shooters that features an Arista gold plated frame and the metal extensions to the center bullet hole that signifies the unique and distinctive design of the Ray-Ban Sharpshooter. The center "bullet hole" design coupled with the "General" brow bar were originally designed by Bausch & Lomb to provide a more comfortable and balanced fit on the face. Tell Me More

VS3742: Vintage Ray-Ban Z0515 Adin sunglasses are notable for a few reasons, for one they're one of the very few original B&L Ray-Ban styles that featured mostly round G-15 mineral glass lenses and here are framed in a thin band of beautiful tortoise shell for plenty of extra design flair. Vintage Ray-Ban Adin sunglasses were one of the very few of the original Bausch & Lomb metal frame designs made in France before they sold control of the brand to Italian eyewear maker Luxottica in 1998. Tell Me More

VS3743: Vintage Ray-Ban L1717 CATS 2000 sunglasses feature the high performance matte composite CATS frame, but this variation also has Bausch & Lomb G-15 mineral glass lenses pioneered for us by pilot aviators in the military. This series of CATS frames were produced by Bausch & Lomb in France, developing some joint production innovations working with Vuarnet to create the high performance of the CATS line. Ray-Ban G-15 neutral gray lenses transmit all colors equally so they retain their true values. Tell Me More

VS3744: Vintage Ray-Ban 58mm Outdoorsman sunglasses feature the very rare Bausch & Lomb black chrome shooter frame and Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses in this icon of modern sunglasses design. The photochromatic properties of B&L Ray-Ban Changeables sunglasses are infused into the glass lens, not a coating that will ever wear out or wear off. The "General" brow bar was first introduced in the 1940s to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. Tell Me More

VS3745: Vintage Ray-Ban W1709 Explorer sunglasses from the Olympics Series were produced 1994-1996 to commemorate the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway and the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. The Ray-Ban W1709 commemorative sunglasses are a variation of iconic Ray-Ban Explorer sunglasses, just slightly more elongated and with a subtle wrap design to contour more closely to the face. Tell Me More

VS3746: Vintage Ray-Ban Explorer II 50th Anniversary General sunglasses are a slightly larger version of the original and iconic Ray-Ban Explorer that features the same unique lens shape in an Arista gold plated frame with "The General" brow bar designed to improve the balance of the sunglasses on your face. Ray-Ban Explorer II sunglasses have been seen on the faces of many celebrities over the years including Brad Pitt, and aside from the high style you get the high performance optics as well in Bausch & Lomb Changeables mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS3747: Vintage Oliver Peoples O'Malley sunglasses feature the rare blond acetate frame that has translucence you just don't typically see even in other top of the line vintage designer sunglasses, and here it's the highly sought after small size with 41mm lenses and matching blue clip on sunglasses in black frame that form the perfect color complement for the blond frame. Oliver Peoples O'Malley sunglasses are a handmade frame inspired by the classic sunglasses worn by the former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley. Tell Me More

VS3748: Vintage Revo 2001 301 blue mirror sunglasses feature a high performance, low profile wrap design frame reminiscent of Revo 840 sunglasses that came a few years earlier, and of course you just can't beat the highly reflective Revo blue mirror lenses as the perfect color complement for the sleek black frame. The highly reflective blue mirror lenses will pick up plenty of hues of blue, red, and purple out in the sunlight, always one of the most popular lens colors. Tell Me More

VS3749: Vintage Ray-Ban 62mm Tortuga "The General" Ambermatic sunglasses feature strong Deep Groove paddle ear stems for easy on and off and world famous Bausch & Lomb photochromatic Ambermatic mineral glass lenses. A great example of function in design, the "General" brow bar was designed to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face, popularized by photos of General Douglas MacArthur in World War II. Tell Me More

VS3750: Vintage Revo 3023 001 Y3 sunglasses are a very low production variation of iconic Revo H2O photochromatic sunglasses, here in the low 3000s series of styles that were made for only a few years before the company was sold and which are all in very high demand today. Like the best B&L Ray-Ban photochromatic lenses of this period the polarization and photochromatic optical properties are infused into the glass, not a coating that will wear out or wear off. Tell Me More

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