Smith Rebel Polarized Sunglasses

Smith Rebel Polarized Sunglasses
Smith Rebel Polarized Sunglasses
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Rebel Polarized Sunglasses by Smith
Break free from today's trends with the old school flavor of the Smith Rebel Polarized Sunglasses. Originally released in 1988, the Rebel has been brought back this season as part of the Smith Archives collection. Lightweight cellulose propionate frames ensure comfort, and Carbonic TLT lenses provide crystal clear vision.

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