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Ray-Ban Men's New Wayfarer RB2132-6182-52 Black Rectangle Sunglasses

Item# SPM13667814510 | Model# RB2132-6182-52 | Added on February 25, 2016 |
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Ray-Ban Men's New Wayfarer RB2132-6182-52 Black Rectangle Sunglasses
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Men's New Wayfarer Sunglasses

When it comes to accessories, sunglasses are the absolute essential accessory to have. They serve as a safeguard for your eyes from the sun's harsh glare, but they can be the perfect addition to your outfit as well if you choose them with a discerning eye. This is most definitely an area of concern for you if you consider yourself a fashionable man, and we wouldn't want you to have to sacrifice your swagger for quality protection. Take a look at these New Wayfarer sunglasses from Ray-Ban, an immaculate example of a top-notch pair, both in appearance and in design. They feature a sleek rectangle shape that is fitting for any man with class. The stylish green plastic lenses provide a crisp and clear vision, a crucial benefit for every situation. The lenses are encased in smooth black plastic frames that are sure to impress everyone around you. It's not hard to see why these are one of our go-to shades for the dapper gentleman. So if you're looking to stand out from the rest of the crowd and to stay classy with your accessories, then these Ray-Ban New Wayfarer sunglasses are exactly what you need. Wear them to work, on a date, out with your guys, or at an elegant dinner party. You will be the best dressed without a doubt. Made in Italy. Here are some things you should and should not do in caring for your new shades: DO: carry yourself confidently in these shades, keep them in their provided case, show them off because they're worth it, and be ... read more
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