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About the Frame
Beige Hipster Keyhole Bridge Round Polarized Sunglasses with Gray Sunwear Lenses
Always have a throwback Thursday moment with this retro-vintage styled eyewear that inspired 60's or 70's look. Made up of glossy acetate materials compose of medium-wide full rimmed round shape glasses that have a defined brow line, keyhole nose bridge and hinges designed or joint with a rivet. An essential accessory for men and women who want to have an old-school style. Styles: Hipster, Retro-Vintage
- Spring Hinges
- Keyhole Bridge
- Quality 1.61 Hi-Index Polarized Lenses Included
- 100% UV400 (UVA & UVB) Protection
- Free Anti-Reflective and Anti-Scratch Coatings
- Bifocal and Progressive Friendly
Benefits of Polarized Lenses
Peter B.0 helpful
Very cool. The progressives are great. They're perfect for the beach, and good enough for reading a book under the umbrella.
Rachelle N.0 helpful
I love this style and the color of the frame. I've never worn such a light frame before but it looks great and the light brown tint looks really nice with the light frame.
Robert C.2 helpful
I’m an eyeglasses freak. Years ago I had Radial Keratotomy eye surgery that was SUPPOSED to make my vision perfect. NOT! Anyway, I’ve been relegated to wearing eyeglasses for the rest of my life. So, I decided to embrace it and stayed on a lifelong quest for the “perfect” pair of glasses. I’ve tried every other online eyeglass purveyors and I have to say that YesGlasses knocks it out of the park. Great selection. Great service. Perfect Rx. And lightning fast shipping! 5 Stars!
Diana C.1 helpful
These are the perfect smaller frame sunglasses! Great quality and are exactly what I’ve been looking for.
Narrow (Total width: 126 mm)
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