VonZipper Stax Sunglasses

VonZipper Stax Sunglasses
VonZipper Stax Sunglasses
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Stax Sunglasses by VonZipper
If you're the type that appreciates the full analog sound of a vinyl record, or the lo-fi sound of a cassette tape, then the Vonzipper Stax Sunglasses are for you. Realizing that modern isn't always better, the Stax incorporates a timeless look to compliment your already vintage style.

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