Earth Wood Oreti Polarized Sunglasses

Earth Wood Oreti Polarized Sunglasses
Earth Wood Oreti Polarized Sunglasses
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Oreti Polarized Sunglasses by Earth Wood
When the summer sun is out and your schedule is filled with brunch outings, sand volleyball, and concert series, slip on these modern wayfarers and soak in the sun. The Oreti Polarized Sunglasses use a TAC multi-layer lens that protects from 100% of UV rays, and a lightweight metal frame and adjustable nose pads are comfortable on long summer days.

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SKU: EWD001Q
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