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  • IZIPIZI Rounded-Edge Square Sunglasses #C in color BL Tortoise
  • IZIPIZI Rounded-Edge Square Sunglasses #C in color BL Tortoise
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IZIPIZI Rounded-Edge Square Sunglasses #C

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These IZIPIZI Reading Sunglasses style #C, The Retro, feature rounded-edge square frames. All IZIPIZI styles are unisex.

Conceived by a trio of designers from Lyon, France, who observed their parents' constant struggle to locate their readers, this line of chic, ready-to-wear sunglasses satisfies the need for fashionable outdoor readers at an accessible price. In a range of colors that run the gamut from classic to eye-catching, these stylish shades flatter all face shapes, have velvety, soft finishes, and have flex hinges for a universally snug and comfortable fit. Dioptre strengths available: +1, +1.5, +2, and +2.5. Sunglasses also available without magnification. Packaged in a felt pouch and case. Non-polarized. 100% UV Protection.
  • Designer
    Quentin Couturier Xavier Aguera and Charles Brun
  • Size
    1.4h x 7l x 3.3"w
  • Materials
    Plastic polycarbonate Lenses
  • Year of Design
    2013
  • Origin
    USA
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The IZIPIZI philosophy is to provide well-designed, high-quality sunglasses, readers and screen glasses that are democratically priced and universally flattering.

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