Revo Crawler Polarized Sunglasses

Revo Crawler Polarized Sunglasses
Revo Crawler Polarized Sunglasses
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Crawler Polarized Sunglasses by Revo
Drive away from your stormy homeland in search of sunnier escapades, and greet said sunniness by slipping on the Revo Polarized Crawler Sunglasses. Their polarized lenses block blinding glares when you're driving directly at the sunset. These Serilium lenses provide shatterproof protection as well as 100% UV protection.

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SKU: RVO002I
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