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I own bridgetender grey lens sunglasses. The older pair has a polished frame; the newer glasses have a dull finish frame. I wish to order 4 pair of the polished frame. Do you have them available? David Heller dhekller1414@yahoo.com

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Sorry we do not sell frames for glasses you can try the link below to order the polished frames. We can only help you fix them or give you a source for parts.

http://www.sunglassreplacementlenses.com/

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