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Ray-Ban Blaze ClubmasterRB3576N 041/13 41

£124.00

Sunglasses by Ray-Ban - Blaze Clubmaster

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Sunglasses by Ray-Ban are a modern and stylish accessory. With original design and quality materials they provide perfect protection for your eyes. The Ray-Ban brand is an icon of the glasses market which offers various styles of frames popular across all generations around the whole world.

These unisex's sunglasses have brown and grey metal frames with brown-toned lenses.

The high-quality material ensures high endurance, firmness and maximum functionality. They provide 100% UV protection against sun radiation and come with a case and a cleaning cloth.

140 mm Width

140 mm Temple length

48 mm Lens height
41 mm Lens width
1 mm Bridge width
Code:  RB3576N 041/13 41
Size:  S
Gender:  Unisex
Frame shape:  Square
Polarized No
Mirrored No
Lens Permeability:  3
UV filter 400 Yes
Frame material:  Metal
Lens material:  Plastic
Frame color:  Brown
Lens color:  Brown
Width:  140 mm
Temple length:  140 mm
Bridge width:  1 mm
Lens width:  41 mm
Lens height:  48 mm
Case:  Yes
Cleaning cloth:  Yes
Weight: 60 g
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Category: Sunglasses

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