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Timberland Optical Frame TB1612 049 54-17-145 Brown

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Timberland Optical Frame TB1612 049 54-17-145 Brown

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Item specifics

Condition:
New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original ...
Model:
TB1612
Department:
Unisex Adults
Style:
Full Rim
Temple Length:
145 mm
Lens Socket Width:
54 mm
Type:
Eyeglasses
Features:
Full Rim
MPN:
Does Not Apply
Bridge Width:
17 mm
Color:
049
Frame Material:
Metal
Brand:
Timberland
Frame Color:
Brown
UPC:
889214016348

Timberland Optical Frame TB1612 049 54-17-145 Brown

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