French 1960's Sunglasses

French 1960's Sunglasses

Eccentric & One of a Kind
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Truw vintage sleek oval sunglasses right out of the 1960's. Futuristic flat shield design, mod era eyewear fashion.

Extremely rare and one of a kind space age eccentric oval sunglasses.  A design not far off from Oliver Goldsmith's artistic mind.  An iconic futuristic mod style from the 1960's with an 'I Dare You' implication. 

Marked France on the temple. Barrel hinges are strong and tight.  Frame has been polished.   In fabulous condition. 

This style suits an average width square or round face the best.  My face is too narrow for this style.  I model most of the eyewear I sell to give you a point of reference. 

The original lenses were cracked and I had them replaced with new polycarbonate lenses with current UV protection standards and anti scratch coatings. Only here at Retro Focus Eyewear.  

SPECS:

  • Frame width: 6" (150mm)

  • Frame height: 2" (51mm)

  • Frame material: Nylon

  • Lens width: 1 3/4" (45mm)

  • Lens height: 15/16" (25mm)

  • Hinge to hinge width: 5 3/8" (135mm)

  • Bridge (DBL): 23mm

  • Temple length: 5 1/2" (140mm)

  • Spring hinge: No

  • Pupil to pupil distance: 2 5/8" (65mm)

  • Lenses: Brown polycarbonate with 100% UV protection & anti scratch coating

  • Head size: Average to slightly wide

  • Optical quality: Absolutely

  • Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included

  • Note: We work side by side with an online lab called ReplaceALens.com that charges wholesale prices for lenses that we recommend to all our eyewear buyers. Their prices are 2/3rds less than your local neighborhood optical shops. Visit their website. They never turn down any of our optical frames. Our frames are guaranteed with a free replacement or refund in case the lab damages them while they install your lenses. No other optician would give you such a promise. Only we do. Tell them Desi sentcha from Retro Focus Eyewear.

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