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  • Persol Foldable Round
    Persol Foldable Round
    Foldable round sunglasses. Crystal polar brown lens. 100% UV protection. Acetate. Made in Italy.
  • Persol PO3042 Suprema Oval Sunglasses, Brown Havana / Smoke
    Persol PO3042 Suprema Oval Sunglasses, Brown Havana / Smoke
    Brand : Persol. Filter category Information 1 - Pale tint; 2 - Lightly tinted for medium to bright light conditions; 3 - Heavily tinted for bright to extremely bright conditions : 3P. Material : Acetate. Sunglasses Style : Oval. Your Face Shape Information Select your face shape to view recommended sunglasses styles. : Square.
  • Persol PO0714P - Polarized
    Persol PO0714P - Polarized
    A drive through the Italian countryside isn't complete without these fantastic Persol® sunglasses! Chic, completely fold-able sunglasses reminiscent of brand's first fold-able style from the '60s. Acetate frames and arms. Crystal polarized lenses offer UVA/UVB protection with internal antiglare treatment. Brand name at upper right lens. Keyhole bridge. Integrated nose guards. Meflecto™ technology offers maximum comfort through flexible arm stems. Iconic Supreme Arrow metal hinges. Protective hardshell case included. Made in Italy. Temple Length: 140 mm. Frame Width: 135 mm. Weight: 1.6 oz. Lens Height: 42 mm. Lens Width: 54 mm. Bridge: 21 mm.
  • Persol PO0649 54 Sunglasses
    Persol PO0649 54 Sunglasses
    An icon of style since its introduction in 1957, this style is perhaps the most famous of all Persol models. Originally designed for tram drivers to protect their eyes, the 649 became famous when actor Marcello Mastroianni wore them in Divorce Italian Style. These combine the best of fashion and technology, with the flexible Meflecto stem and the triple-notch flexible nose piece. The green/brown frame features brown, gradient and polarized lenses.
  • Persol PO0714 54 Sunglasses
    Persol PO0714 54 Sunglasses
    Introduced in the 1960s, the 714 is a folding adaptation of the famous 649 model, and was perhaps the first-ever collapsible pair of glasses. Designed for comfort and convenience, the 714 was made famous by Steve McQueen, who wore them in the film The Thomas Crowne Affair. They are still among the most popular Persol sunglasses today.
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