- Mar 28, 2021
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Can somebody help with the question above ? Thank you.
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Hello! With that quality photo I cannot tell you if they're originals or not. But until I see, they look good. I mean, RayBan used to change a little bit the dimensions of their models. An example of that is that aviator teardrop which look kind of sad. It could be the case here with your shooters. But, again, I'm not sure.
Eyeglass frame produced under license from Bausch & Lomb in western Germany.Hello, I just joined to find out if my glasses are real, and if they are hopefully sell them to someone. I guess they are supposed to be late 50 to mid 70 large metal II, but I’m not sure if markings are right. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Ray Ban today includes a paper where it shows some of its models. You can see there the outdoorsman which have rat tails instead of temple tips; but the outdoorsman II refers to the model which have the common ones (temple tips). It aplies for vintage Ray Bans too, but if you google outdoorsman II, is common to see the 62mm version. Cheers!Hi everyone !
Could some one help me to solve a problem ?
I tried to find it by myself and too hard for me : what’s the difference between BL Ray ban Outdoorsman I and Outdoorsman II ?