The precision ground and highly polished glass B&L Kalichrome C lens is a yellow high contrast lens free of waves or any other defects that could distort vision or cause eye strain.
Bausch & Lomb B-15 high contrast brown mineral glass lenses screen out blue light to improve contrast and sharpen details, providing 85% visible light absorption and 100% UV protection, and vintage B-15 lenses are much harder to find than the more common G-15 lenses.
Tell Me More VS033: Vintage Ray-Ban 58mm Ambermatic General Outdoorsman sunglasses feature cable wire ear stems for a secure fit and world famous Bausch & Lomb photochromatic Ambermatic lenses.
This style is known as the military version of the Tortuga aviator, with a highly arched nose bridge that comes closer to the top of the nose bar than is typical in regular Ray-Ban aviators.
Tell Me More VS030: Vintage Ray-Ban B-15 aviator sunglasses are a icon of modern sunglass design, with gold plated 58mm aviator frame and Bausch & Lomb brown B-15 mineral glass lenses.
Tell Me More VS025: Rare and early Bausch & Lomb B&L Ful Vue goggles c 1930s - 1940s combine extra strong B&L green Calobar safety glass lenses with a sturdy metal frame, and we can assure you that no goggles or safety glasses are made with this kind of quality today.
Perfect for use as motorcycle goggles and sure to attract attention, we particularly like the glass side blinkers that keep wind and sunlight out while protecting the eye from the side.
The translucence of this frame will really strike you even more in person out in the sunlight than in the photos, which with the light green RB-3 lenses make this arguably the most eye catching frame and lens combination in the iconic Ray-Ban Marcellina midcentury line of eyewear.
Tell Me More VS020: Vintage B&L Ray-Ban 10k GF bullet hole Kalichrome shooters c 1950s - 1960s feature the amazing Bausch & Lomb Kalichrome C yellow hunting and shooting lens set in an early 10k gold filled frame.
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