Vuarnet VL 1611 Sunglasses

Vuarnet VL 1611 Sunglasses
Vuarnet VL 1611 Sunglasses
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VL 1611 Sunglasses by Vuarnet
Drive into the sunset with the Vuarnet VL 1611 Sunglasses. The high-quality glass lenses absorb the setting sun's harmful ultra violet rays while still maintaining the sky's brightness to help keep your eyes on the road. An anti-reflective coating helps to cut down on reflections bouncing off the windshield. Then, turn up the tunes and rock out to the music with the frame's nose pads helping to keep a snug, comfortable fit on your face.

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SKU: VUA001Q
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