Ray-Ban RB4318 Sunglasses

Ray-Ban RB4318 Sunglasses
Ray-Ban RB4318 Sunglasses
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RB4318 Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
Slip on the RB4318 Sunglasses and hit the town knowing that the futuristic styling and clear optics have your back. On top of that the lightweight nylon frames boost your all day comfort.

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SKU: RBN004Q
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