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Ray-Ban New Wayfarer Junior Shiny Havana Brown
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62,00 €

Ray-Ban New Wayfarer Junior Shiny Havana Brown

The Ray-Ban RJ9052S New Wayfarer Junior is the kid version of the iconic Ray-Ban New Wayfarer sunglasses.

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Ray Ban neoprene bag

Warranty 1 year These Ray-Ban sunglasses are guaranteed 12 months against any breakage within the framework of a...

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EyeSize : 47 Temple : 125

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The Ray-Ban RJ9052S New Wayfarer Junior is for the younger visionair to be! The cool color combination of the fresh and robust nylon material make these sunglasses the choice for the kid that doesn't want to hold himself or herself back.

Warranty 1 year :

These Ray-Ban sunglasses are guaranteed 12 months against any breakage within the framework of a normal use, two years against manufacturing defects noticed by the manufacturer, as from the date of purchase ( the date of the invoice). The guarantee does not cover the defects due to a misuse or to a lack of care (shocks, scores on glasses, loss, accident).

Case : Ray Ban neoprene bag
  • Gender : Unisex
  • Age : Junior (10-16 years)
  • Base : 6
  • Type : Fullrim
  • Rx : Rx compatible
  • Made : Plastic
  • Shape : Round
  • Nose options : Molded nose bridge
  • Selections : Ray-Ban Wayfarer
  • Product Type : Kid sunglasses
  • Lens color : Brown
  • Color : Shiny Havana
  • Temple : 125
  • Bridge : 15
Timeless, authentic and imaginative, the Ray-Ban collection remains true to its classic heritage, while continuously evolving to meet today's fashion demands. Ray-Ban sunwear provides timeless style with models like the classic Wayfarer and Aviator while also offering exciting new styling innovations in keeping with today's contemporary urban fashion. Worldwide, Ray-Ban is recognized as the sunglass brand everybody loves. Ray-Ban is a high-end manufacturer of sunglasses, founded in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb, on commission of the United States Air Force. In 1999, Bausch & Lomb sold the brand to the Italian Luxottica Group. Ray-Ban was responsible for creating two of the most imitated sunglass models on the planet: the Ray Ban Aviator and the Ray-Ban Wayfarer.