VonZipper Ya-Ya Sunglasses

VonZipper Ya-Ya Sunglasses
VonZipper Ya-Ya Sunglasses
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Ya-Ya Sunglasses by VonZipper
When you feel like you need to let loose, the Ya Ya Sunglasses complement your boisterous personality with their bodacious curves. Borrowing impact resistant lens technology from Von Zipper's performance eyewear, the Ya Ya's are sure to keep up with whatever you can dish out.

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