Dragon Reflector Polarized Sunglasses

Dragon Reflector Polarized Sunglasses
Dragon Reflector Polarized Sunglasses
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Reflector Polarized Sunglasses by Dragon
Cruise the lake or the beach in style with the large and bold look of the Dragon Reflector Polarized Sunglasses. Polarized lenses eliminate glare and provide crystal clear vision all day long. Plastic Grilamid frames are durable for years of daily abuse, and molded nose pads keep them on your face so you don't have to worry about losing them.

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SKU: DRAZ409
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