Dragon Baile Sunglasses

Dragon Baile Sunglasses
Dragon Baile Sunglasses
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Baile Sunglasses by Dragon
Designed in part with pro surfer Mick Fanning, the Dragon Baile Sunglasses are perfect for shielding your eyes between surf sessions or for driving around town. The impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses and durable plastic frame offer performance for sports, and the updated wayfarer styling keep you looking fresh during summertime activities.

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SKU: DRAZ404
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