Ray-Ban Blaze Hexagonal Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Blaze Hexagonal Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Blaze Hexagonal Sunglasses
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Blaze Hexagonal Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
Put a modern twist on a classic silhouette with the Ray-Ban Blaze Hexagonal Sunglasses. The durable and stylish metal frames keep up with all your adventures, while the crispy clear Sharp Onesie lens keep you seeing clearly all day long. Plus, the hexagonal shape brings a fun new take to timeless aviator-styled shades.

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SKU: RBN004V
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