Original 1960s Cat-eye Vuarnets, White
They're back. Vuarnet VL002s return. Squaw Valley Winter Olympics, 1960. Jean Vuarnet becomes the first skier to employ the "egg" position winning the downhill, wearing the famed French Skylinx lens. The maker and the athlete team up, two legends simultaneously born, producing the finest in eye protection, crafted in the new company's Paris ateliers. The mineral-glass lens is scratch-resistant, antireflective, water-repellant and oil-repellant, with phenomenal optical clarity and high color perception. Serious sun protection, handsomely housed in some of the sexiest frames yet conceived. Made in France in the original '60s cat-eye style. One size fits most. White matte finish.