Ray-Ban Oval Double Bridge Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Oval Double Bridge Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Oval Double Bridge Sunglasses
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Oval Double Bridge Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
As iconic as they come, the Ray Ban Oval Double Sunglasses are custom built for those who dare to stand out. Featuring an eye-catching double bridge, these specs pair the red-hot oval frame with a fresh, new cover, giving you a crystal-clear view that always looks good.

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SKU: RBN004G
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