Dragon Aflect Sunglasses

Dragon Aflect Sunglasses
Dragon Aflect Sunglasses
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Aflect Sunglasses by Dragon
Striking, but never over the top, the Dragon Aflect Sunglasses command attention without screaming "look at me!", thanks to their clean, classic lines and refined details. The square shape offers a timeless silhouette, and details like the keyhole bridge and metal lower nose bridge add subtle style touches. But it doesn't end at looks for the Aflect--they're also equipped with LumaLens technology, which heightens contrast and makes colors more vivid, to give you a bolder, brighter view of your surroundings. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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