Dragon Def Sunglasses

Dragon Def Sunglasses
Dragon Def Sunglasses
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Def Sunglasses by Dragon
The Dragon Def Sunglasses provides lasting comfort and protection from bright days year round. A five-barrel stainless steel hinge creates a durable, supportive feel that withstands long term use and wear. The classic look features an premium acetate frame, keeping the glasses lightweight yet stylish.

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