Description:Standard Ray Ban Wayfarer or Oakley Frogskin influenced design but with a flat top.
Wants:-Anodized aluminum, gun metal grey frame
-Bold, aggressive, sleek looking frame
-Laser engraved "ARION" both temples
Height of frames: 1.87in
Length of frames: 5.56in
Length of temples: 5.43in
Don't Wants:As much angle on the lenses as the Ray Ban Wayfarer. The angle on the Oakley Frogskins are perfect though. No jewels on the corners of the frame.
Additional InformationUp to Solidworks 2011*
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