Vuarnet VL 1517 Sunglasses

Vuarnet VL 1517 Sunglasses
Vuarnet VL 1517 Sunglasses
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VL 1517 Sunglasses by Vuarnet
Sunny days, rejoice! These stylish rectangular shades deliver a classic look as you explore new paths. Glass lenses deliver the sharpest views of city landscapes, all while defending against UV and harmful blue light.

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SKU: VUAB01B
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