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Item ID SARC145
Show your support for our life-saving mission on the beach, at the pool, on the boat or any place you need to shield your eyes from the sun’s rays.
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These stylish red sunglasses feature the iconic American Red Cross logo on the arm and UV400 lenses that provide 100% UVA and UVB protection. Show your support for our life-saving mission on the beach, at the pool, on the boat or any place you need to shield your eyes from the sun’s rays. Made of polycarbonate material.
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  • Manufacturer

    Inkwell Global Marketing
  • Manufacturer Part Number

    SARC145
  • Weight

    1 lbs.
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