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Protect your eyes with these stylish RJ9052S sunglasses by Ray Ban Junior. These sunglasses are made of plastic, are 100% brand new and include the manufacturer's one-year warranty. Pick a frame and lens color combination that complements your wardrobe or go with a classic color choice - either way you'll look and feel great with these Ray Ban Junior sunglasses.
Very cute but it is most definitely a pair of sunglasses for children. I ordered these for myself and they are wayyyyy too small (and I truly have the most narrow face of any... Read morePublished 2 months ago by LW
Bought these for an adult with a small head. Under no way would these fit anything older than an 8 year old!!!! Thank god for prime and free returnsPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Finally a nice pair of sunglasses that actually fit me. My face is small, and all adult sunglasses are way too wide for my face. So I get a good fit at a great price!!Published 2 months ago by Rosalita
These are of great quality. I thought the junior size would fit me better than the regular adult size and they do- kind of. They are a little tight and I have a very small face. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amaris Hurtado
I am an adult woman and they fit me better than any other sunglasses I have owned.Published 2 months ago by Melissa
My second pair and obviously love them. I am an adult with a narrow face and these fit perfectly and are great.Published 3 months ago by Kathleen Verhagen