ELIZABETH AND JAMES Green Square Park Sunglasses
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    The classic Original Wayfarer Sunglasses from Ray-Ban are the most recognisable style in the history of sunglasses. Made with lightweight acetate, square frames for strength and flexibility. The green classic G-15 lenses are durable RB2140 and are characterised by blocking out most of the blue light and providing remarkable colour contrast for clarity of vision. Constructed with a hypoallergenic silicone nose pad for comfort, the unisex sunglasses feel as good as they look. Finished with the brand's iconic rivets and the metal signature monogram to the lens and sculpted temples. E.N. Frame: Acetate. Lens: RB2140 Green Classic G-15. Eye Width: 50mm. Bridge Width: 22mm. Temple Length: 150mm. 100% UVA/UVB Protection. Blocks Harmful Blue Lights. Impact Resistant. Scratch Resistant.
  • Ray-Ban Sunglasses Ray-ban RB2132F 55P
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    From L.a. to St. Tropez and Soho to Tokyo, Ray-Ban is the brand of sunglasses preferred by true individuals worldwide. Setting the standard for excellence, Ray-Ban consistently combines great styling with exceptional quality, performance, and comfort. TORTOISE/ GREEN MIRROR POLAR.
  • Elizabeth and James Slauson Polarized Cat Eye Sunglasses
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    Imported. 100% UV protection. Tortoise frames. Polarized green lenses. Logo on top of ear pieces. 53 Mm lens width.
  • Ray-Ban Sunglasses Ray-ban RB2132 52 New Wayfarerp
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    From L.a. to St. Tropez and Soho to Tokyo, Ray-Ban is the brand of sunglasses preferred by true individuals worldwide. Setting the standard for excellence, Ray-Ban consistently combines great styling with exceptional quality, performance, and comfort. TORTOISE MATTE/GREEN POLAR.
  • Ray-Ban Sunglasses RB2447 1159/4E
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    Circle back and make a fun fashion statement in this round style by Ray-Ban. The go-to look for those who love that nostalgic feeling. TORTOISE GREEN/GREEN.

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