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VS3821: Vintage Carrera Porsche Design 5658 42 sunglasses feature Carrera brown gradient lenses in the rare 5658 Tortuga tortoise shell frame, a beautiful style with particularly strong color hues in the Tortuga that's sure to attract attention and compliments most every time you wear them. Our buyers always comment about the comfort of the uniquely designed nose bridge of the Porsche Carrera 5658, with the 2 lower nose pads suspended and flexing from the stationary upper gold bar. Tell Me More

VS3822: Vintage Versace S37 07M sunglasses are a design explosion sure to attract attention and compliments most every time you wear them. The distinctive design includes a gleaming gold plated frame with thin Tortuga tortoise shell accent band, trademark Greek key pattern coupled with tortoise shell on the ear stems, and of course the famous Versace Medusa head to round out the elegant and stylish look. Tell Me More

VS3823: Vintage Oliver Peoples Ty sunglasses are one of the very few rimless styles Oliver Peoples made during their golden era of early production in Japan, and what better color combination than the gleaming chrome frame with these very rare OP pink rimless lenses. Oliver Peoples Ty sunglasses are also somewhat larger than most early OP production, quite in keeping with modern times when the oversized look seems to be preferred by many people. Tell Me More

VS3824: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-164 02 Tradewind sunglasses feature a beautiful matte chrome frame with Art Deco inspired horizontal etching at the nose bridge and hinges and early Maui Jim mineral glass lenses more reminiscent of vintage Revos than of today's modern Maui Jims with flimsy polycarbonate lenses. The highly reflective lenses have a flash mirror coating on the front and an anti-glare coating on the rear, a perfect design complement for the chrome frame. Tell Me More

VS3825: Vintage Ray-Ban Olympic Games 36 USC 380 sunglasses were a commemorative issue in support of Baush & Lomb's sponsorship of the 1992 summer Olympic games in Barcelona, Spain with a style and shape reminiscent of some vintage Wayfarer and Outsider sunglasses but with their own distinctive flair! This is a particularly strong and durable frame as you might expect since many of the 1992 American Olympic athletes wore them in competition. Tell Me More

VS3826: Vintage Ray-Ban W2657 Gatsby Tea Cup sunglasses are another winner in the iconic Ray-Ban Tea Cup series, but here you're really going to love the mottled black marble ear stems that make them as eye catching from the sides as they are from the front. The silver front frame is a perfect complement for the original B&L Ray-Ban G-15 mineral glass lenses, one of the finest anti-glare lenses ever made. Tell Me More

VS3827: Vintage Cazal 903 70 sunglasses feature a distinctive and eye catching white enamel frame in the elaborate, over the top style of Cazal founder Cari Zalloni and here coupled with equaly striking blue gradient lenses that all come together into one of the most sought after frame and lens combos among any vintage Cazal sunglasses. Cazal 903 sunglasses are an icon of modern sunglasses design, and these Cazal Mod 903 sunglasses c 1980s pre-date the reunification of East Germany with West Germany in 1990. Tell Me More

VS3828: Vintage Oakley 009137-07 Pit Boss II Scuderia Ferrari sunglasses were sold for around $600 even at their introduction to the market, a very high price even for Oakley, and these 009137 Pit Boss II sunglasses feature Ruby Iridium lenses and were a collaboration between Oakley and Ferrari. Oakley Pit Boss sunglasses were the first in the “Elite” Oakley line, never meant to be the mass-produced like the Gascan or Holbrook and meant to appeal directly to Oakley collectors. Tell Me More

VS3829: Vintage Killer Loop sunglasses date to the brand's initial ownership by Bausch & Lomb when they also owned the Ray-Ban brand, and we think you'll agree the original B&L Killer Loop styles and production were of far higher quality than the Killer Loops that came later after Bausch & Lomb sold the brand. This is one of the most iconic early styles, a frame reminiscent of vintage Tay-Ban Wayfarers but with a little added Killer Loop design flair. Tell Me More

VS3830: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-145 19 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

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