VonZipper Hitsville Polarized Sunglasses

VonZipper Hitsville Polarized Sunglasses
VonZipper Hitsville Polarized Sunglasses
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Hitsville Polarized Sunglasses by VonZipper
The oldies are gone from the charts, but not from our hearts, and neither has the style of the VonZipper Polarized Hitsville Sunglasses been relegated to history books. Polarized to reduce glare, you can cruise through town with the roof down and your shades on, no need to worry about the shiny chrome of other cars. The dark lenses block harmful UV rays while showing off your mysterious ways, and the throwback style will make you smile.

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SKU: VON006X
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