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Esprit 7010 90
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ADD EXTRA LENSES

Add an extra pair of UV or prescription lenses with your vintage frame. We will custom cut these lenses and fit them for free, and you'll also receive the original lenses (as pictured) too!


Regular price £95.00

A lightweight frame with a striking design these Esprit vintage sunglasses are ready to come out of our vaults and onto your face.

*Please note custom UV and prescription lensing costs are non-refundable as these are custom orders on request. We will refund the value of lenses as a store credit if returned.

Specification

  • Brand: Esprit
  • Model Number: 7010 90
  • Origin: Austria
  • Decade: 1980s
  • Current Lenses: UV400

Dimensions:

147mm
17mm
59mm
38mm
125mm

Founded in 1968 in San Francisco our collection of vintage Esprit eyewear epitomises the fun thrill-seeking spirit of the West Coast. Their vintage frames ooze an effortlessly relaxed style and design. Manufactured from beautiful acetate materials the Esprit vintage eyewear range is all about playful use of colour and sporty functionality. Flying under the radar for so many years. When we found this collection of vintage Esprit sunglasses we just had to share them with you...

All vintage sunglasses and vintage optical glasses sold by Ed & Sarna Vintage Eyewear are NOS (New Old Stock) – genuine unworn frames of times past. You will receive the actual frame pictured above so take a good look through all of our images and if you have any queries just let us know. To keep your purchase protected all of our frames are supplied with an Ed & Sarna branded lens cloth and case.

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Custom Lenses

Make your vintage eyewear truly unique by adding your own coloured lensing.

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