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Bamboo Sunglasses Wayfarer

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Bamboo sunglasses style like the Wayfarers were launched to cultural popularity by films like The Blues Brothers and over 60 other movies and television shows including; Miami Vice, Moonlighting, and The Breakfast Club. In 1983 Tom Cruise wears this classic sunglasses in the movie Risky Business.

In the mid 1980s, popular trends were greatly influenced by Michael Jackson who worn 80s sunglasses in many of his music videos including Thriller. 

Wayfarers were designed in 1952 by American optical designer Raymond Stegeman. The design was inspired by a mid-century classic style which hinted a stable but dangerous behavior with its trapezoidal frame. 

  • Category: Sunglasses
  • Brand: Ralferty
  • Silhouette: Wayfarer
  • Lens Type: Mirrored UV400
  • Frame: Bamboo
  • Frame Color: Black, Brown, Multi
  • Lens Width: 51 mm
  • Lens Height: 52 mm
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Model Number: 0018

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Shipping will take 10-15 days to reach generally. While it is uncommon, in some unusual cases shipment time my be up to 2-3 weeks depending on your country's personal customs operations and delivery systems.

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We make every effort to ensure that your items arrives to you in perfect condition but in the unfortunate event that your item arrives damaged, send us an email asking for my mailing address, then simply return it within two weeks of receiving it. WE will gladly replace the same item as soon as possible.

If you aren’t absolutely in love with your new shades, just ship them back unworn, unused, and in their original condition within two weeks of delivery and we will gladly provide you with a refund or exchange (shipping fees apply)

 

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