Oakley Dangerous Eyewear

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MSRP : $170.00

Product Description

The Oakley Women's Dangerous Sunglasses won't sneak up and strangle your worst enemies during the night, and they probably won't get confiscated during airline travel either. If you wake up and find your roomie's shades meticulously taken apart and strewn across the floor, however, the Dangerous Sunglasses are a prime suspectthese shades won't tolerate mediocre style. It's orbital lenses, sculptured temple pieces, and Oakley pendant hinges or nothing. An 8-base lens curve means the lenses and fr

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