Ray-Ban Aviator Large Metal Polarized Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Aviator Large Metal Polarized Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Aviator Large Metal Polarized Sunglasses
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Aviator Large Metal Polarized Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
The Ray-Ban Aviator Large Metal Polarized Sunglasses feature the same shape originally developed for fighter pilots over 70 years ago and the added clarity of glare-reducing polarization. The timeless look works whether you're buzzing the control tower in your F-14, or pulling over motorists for going three mph over the speed limit on the highway to the danger zone.

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SKU: RBN0006
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