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Orders to Hawaii, Alaska and anywhere else in the world is $13 extra.

Please allow two weeks for delivery.

 

These sunglasses are made of high quality spring steel. Extra care should be used to protect the beautiful mirror finish. They’re polarized and great for high glare sunlight conditions.

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silver frame sunglasses

Silver Frame Inside US – $11.99

Silver Frame Outside US – Hawaii & Alaska – $25.99

gold frame sunglasses

Gold Frame Inside US – $11.99

Gold Frame Outside US – Hawaii & Alaska – $25.99

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