Oakley Disclosure Eyewear

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MSRP : $130.00

Product Description

Finally, a sleek-looking pair of shades that won't blow the top off your bank account. We're talking about the Oakley Women's Disclosure Sunglasses BTWOMG! The summer sun can be brutal on the eyes, but thankfully you can just slide on these lightweight shades, kick back and sip a cool, fruity beverage. All you need now is a skilled masseuse to rub your feet and feed you grapesseparately of course.

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