Dragon Experience Eyewear

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Product Description

If you can't deal with women who won't let go, don't leave the house with the Dragon Experience Sunglasses. On the other hand, if you can handle a female's intentions, these Dragon shades are your bag. Total UV protection comes in handy when you get invited to a shoot on Treehorn's yacht.

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