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Glasses Case Portable Travel Zipper Glasses Case For Sunglasses

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Product description

Are You Looking For A Stylish Accessory To Keep Your Glasses Safe And Within Reach Wherever You Go? Our Glasses Case Is A Perfect Companion For Eyeglass Wearers. Whether Youâ€re Climbing A Mountain, Lounging At The Beach, Hanging Out At A Picnic, Or Just Reading At Home, This Glasses Case Keeps Everything Within Easy Reach And Protected.

One Size Fits Most: 17cm/6.7"(Length) X 8cm/3.2"(Width) X 3.6cm/1.4"(Height)

Material: Neoprene

Product Performance: Flexible And Lightweight-Made Of High-Quality Neoprene, Suitable For Most Sizes Of Glasses, Ultra-Lightweight, Can Increase The Smallest Volume And Weight When Traveling Or When You Carry It With You.Protective And Spacious-The Soft And Smooth Material Makes It Scratch-Free On The Surface Of The Glasses. The Spacious Design Is Even The Perfect Choice For Oversized Glasses.

Applicable Scenarios: In Addition To Storage Boxes For Storing Sunglasses Or Other Glasses, You Can Also Use It As A Purse, Purse, Jewelry Bag Or Cosmetics Pouch To Carry Money, Cards, Keys Or Pens And Pencils.

Accessories: Key Lock

Washing Instructions: Can Be Washed By Hand, Not Bleached.

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