Clubmaster Classic RB3016 W0366 Tortiseshell with Green Lenses Sunglasses$ 145
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Perfect for a sun-soaked rendezvous, the Clubmaster Classic with gold hardware, green lenses and tortoiseshell temples evoke nostalgia and are favoured by rakish icons like Tom Hanks, Kevin Costner and Denzel Washington.
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