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- Metal frames and plastic arms.
- Polarized lenses offer 100% UV protection.
- Double bridge aviator design.
- Polaroid branding at temples and upper left lens.
- Clear silicone nose pads.
- Protective case included.
- Temple Length: 130 mm
- Frame Width: 140 mm
- Weight: 0.86 oz
- Lens Height: 52 mm
- Lens Width: 63 mm
- Bridge: 13 mm
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