Ray-Ban Rb4321Ch Polarized Sunglasses

Ray-Ban Rb4321Ch Polarized Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Rb4321Ch Polarized Sunglasses
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Rb4321Ch Polarized Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
A modern take on the classic aviator, the Rb4321Ch Polarized Sunglasses offer Ray-Ban quality and polarized lenses to deliver premium optimum clarity and protection. Polycarbonate lenses and a nylon frame keep them lightweight, while adjustable nose pads offer a comfortable fit for long days in the sun.

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