Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Polarized Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Polarized Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Polarized Sunglasses
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Original Wayfarer Polarized Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
Ray-Ban's Polarized Original Wayfarer Sunglasses represent the ultimate marriage of iconic high style and advanced optical technology. These glasses' polarized lenses cut reflective light coming off of fresh snow, water, or the chrome on your ride to reduce eye fatigue and improve vision. In addition to 100% protection from reflected glare, the Wayfarer provides complete UV protection to preserve your peepers. The lenses' superior scratch resistance and high rigidity mean you will be sporting these classics for many years to come.

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SKU: RBN0003
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