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Ray-Ban Ray Ban New Wayfarer Green Classic G-15 Wayfarer Men's Sunglasses RB2132 6182 52

Item# SPM11294704713 | Model# RB2132-6182-52 | Added on February 25, 2016 |
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Ray-Ban Ray Ban New Wayfarer Green Classic G-15 Wayfarer Men's Sunglasses RB2132 6182 52
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Ray Ban Sunglasses. Series New Wayfarer. Series number: RB2132. Color code: 6182. Size: 52. Shape: Wayfarer. Lens Width: 52 mm. Lens Bridge: 18 mm. Arm Length: 145 mm. 100% UV protection. Non-Polarized. Frame Material: Nylon. Frame Color: Black; Bordeaux. Lenses Type: Green Classic G-15. UPC/EAN code: 8053672399011. Ray Ban New Wayfarer Green Classic G-15 Wayfarer Men's Sunglasses RB2132 6182 52.

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