General RB3561-001 Gold Frames with Polarized Grey Lenses Sunglasses$ 150
- Product Notes
The General RB3561-001-was originally created back in 1987 as a tribute to the spirit of General Douglas Macarthur, but has been reinvented, whilst staying true its aviator heritage, with grey lenses, a gold frame and a hint of tortoiseshell on each arm.
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- Size Notes
Size lens: 57mm.
- Delivery & returns
This product is in Italy. It will be dispatched in 2 weeks.
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