Visor Sunglasses

Visor Sunglasses

1960's Made in France
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Unusual visor sunglasses made in France.  These were made around the 1960's and have grey glass lenses.  Plastic Ivory frame.  Offbeat and different.  It's why I have them.

Shady Character..... Unusual visor sunglasses made in France.  These were made around the 1960's and have grey glass lenses.  Plastic Ivory color frame.  Offbeat and different.  It's why I have them.

Pre-owned sunglasses in excellent condition.  Sturdy barrel hinges with double rivets everywhere the hinges meet the frame.  Clear glass green lenses with virtually no scratches.  

You may want to take note that the temples are 5" long and if your ears are very far back on your head,  these probably won't fit you. Measure your own temples with a tapemeasure on a pair of frames you wear and compair measurments.  Just want to help you head off a possible return.  

One of a kind.  One pair available.  

SPECS:

  • Frame width: 5 1/2" (140mm)

  • Frame height: 2 3/4" (45mm)

  • Frame material: Plastic

  • Lens width: 2 1/16" (53mm)

  • Lens height: 1 9/!6" (40mm)

  • Hinge to hinge width: 5 1/4" (135mm)

  • Bridge (DBL): 20mm

  • Temple length: 5" (127mm)

  • Spring hinge: no

  • Pupil to pupil distance: 2 3/4" (70mm)

  • Lenses: Grey glass

  • Head size: Average to slightly wide

  • Optical quality: Absolutely 

  • Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included

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