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  • Gifford

    32.7K
    4.87 (999+ Reviews)
  • US $15.00
  • Frame Color: Black-Gold
  • Lenses

    Blue Light Blocking
    Single Vision
    Progressive
  • Size: Wide Find your size >

Customer Reviews (999+)

  • V***8
    I WAS NOT EXPECTING SUCH BEAUTIFUL AND GOOD QUALITY GLASSES! WOW ! Earned my business for sure!

    Color: Crystal RX: Single Vision

Product Description

If you opt for a comfortable and delicate lifestyle, this pair of Gifford aviator eyeglasses and black-gold frames is a good, hard-to-kill choice for your eyeglasses. Made from high quality hand-polished materials, with shining slim metal temples, this pair of aviators Gifford eyeglasses is extremely fashionable and durable. Due to its high quality materials, it is about 21g.
  • SKU: ZX0925-01
  • Shape: Aviator
  • Size: Wide 55.83-44.02-146
  • Materials: TR90
  • Weight: 21.8 g
  • RX Range: -20.00~+12.00
  • PD Range: 54~78
  • Progressive: YES
  • Spring Hinge: NO
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product size
  • Frame width 146mm
  • Lens width 55.83mm
  • Bridge 19.7mm
  • Lens height 44.02mm
  • Temple 147mm
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