Can't find Tony Stark's sunglasses from Iron Man 3

Ken0415

Active Member
Lastly...Warby Parker might recreate the Cass 353 and Eaton 328 should demand be high enough. Any idea how we show them how many of us want them? They dont have any plans to recreate it NOW but may do a limited run if the number of buyers is high enough.

I'm open on any ideas you guys may have. :)
 

Ken0415

Active Member
Fun fact Doc Oc wears the Oliver Peoples Whistle in Spiderman 2. But Tobey Maguire? Im unsure of his eyewear. All help is appreciated.
 

UV400

Sr Member
I was watching an old RDJ movie and he is rocking a pair of persol’s. Not sure the name but I like them.
Pretty sure they are Persol 69233 Ratti in black.
In your pic though, all of the silver Persol "arrow" isn't visible, must just be the angle or lighting of the shot.
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They are a vintage discontinued frame....
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Quite flat across the top, they were an 80's style go-to.
Also worn in havana by Tom Cruise in Cocktail..
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Vintage second hand 69233's do come up for sale quite often, but are nearly always in bad shape. The nose bridges are prone to having cracks in them.
Any mint condition frames are quite expensive.

Good news is Persol re-released them!!
They are now called Persol 3225.
The only real difference is the arms are a lot thinner on the 3225's and the "Meflecto" bendy part of the arm detail is chrome not plastic.
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I think either the 69233's or 3225's are a movie frame collector must have! :cool:
 
Pretty sure they are Persol 69233 Ratti in black.
In your pic though, all of the silver Persol "arrow" isn't visible, must just be the angle or lighting of the shot.
View attachment 1278141
They are a vintage discontinued frame....
View attachment 1278142
Quite flat across the top, they were an 80's style go-to.
Also worn in havana by Tom Cruise in Cocktail..
View attachment 1278143

Vintage second hand 69233's do come up for sale quite often, but are nearly always in bad shape. The nose bridges are prone to having cracks in them.
Any mint condition frames are quite expensive.

Good news is Persol re-released them!!
They are now called Persol 3225.
The only real difference is the arms are a lot thinner on the 3225's and the "Meflecto" bendy part of the arm detail is chrome not plastic.
View attachment 1278144
I think either the 69233's or 3225's are a movie frame collector must have! :cool:
You found those quick! Thanks brotha!
 
Pretty sure they are Persol 69233 Ratti in black.
In your pic though, all of the silver Persol "arrow" isn't visible, must just be the angle or lighting of the shot.
View attachment 1278141
They are a vintage discontinued frame....
View attachment 1278142
Quite flat across the top, they were an 80's style go-to.
Also worn in havana by Tom Cruise in Cocktail..
View attachment 1278143

Vintage second hand 69233's do come up for sale quite often, but are nearly always in bad shape. The nose bridges are prone to having cracks in them.
Any mint condition frames are quite expensive.

Good news is Persol re-released them!!
They are now called Persol 3225.
The only real difference is the arms are a lot thinner on the 3225's and the "Meflecto" bendy part of the arm detail is chrome not plastic.
View attachment 1278144
I think either the 69233's or 3225's are a movie frame collector must have! :cool:
I just bought a pair from eBay, thanks again for the info!
 

Lokirivera88

New Member
Wow tried striking up a deal with this guy way before the listing trying to trade some of the pairs of sunglasses I had guess they weren't good enough.
 

Ken0415

Active Member
Well if you can get more money, people will always choose more over less. Sadly, 500+ is the price they command even under the wrong canonical size.

Also trades need to be done in equal rarity, I've never traded an out of production frame for one readily available and money is my first go to tbh.
 

Lokirivera88

New Member
Well if you can get more money, people will always choose more over less. Sadly, 500+ is the price they command even under the wrong canonical size.

Also trades need to be done in equal rarity, I've never traded an out of production frame for one readily available and money is my first go to tbh.
That's what was funny about it he wanted British steel's but I didn't have them and as far as I know they are still available but as far as money goes your right.
 
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