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- Is your style best defined as no fuss, laid-back, and casually cool? If so, these Ray-Ban® sunglasses are perfect for you!
- Lightweight plastic frames and arms.
- Lenses offer UV protection.
- Lenses are Rx-able (prescription ready).
- Brand detail at temples and upper right lens.
- Integrated nose guards.
- Protective case with fold-over closure included.
- Made in Italy.
- Temple Length: 133 mm
- Frame Width: 146 mm
- Weight: 1 oz
- Lens Height: 34 mm
- Lens Width: 57 mm
- Bridge: 15 mm
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I was skeptical about buying these because I never seem to look right in sunglasses; however, these have great so far. I like the way I look in them, and they fit comfortably on my head. Just for reference, I have a larger head than most (I wear a 7 5/8 in fitted caps). These have a simple look to them that would fit with most styles and face shapes, which is the reason I figured these would be a safe bet.
- Mel G - customer
- from Los Angeles, CA
- May 23, 2012