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Ken Block's Signature Series Spy Optic Sunglasses - Web Exclusive

The Rally will be sold exclusively through Zumiez stores nationwide and features gloss green frames and chrome green lenses.

Neill Bachand
May 7, 2012
Eurp 1205 01+ken blocks spy optic sunglasses+cover Photo 1/4   |   Ken Block's Signature Series Spy Optic Sunglasses - Web Exclusive

Ken Block adds the Rally color way to his Signature Series - Helm. The Rally will be sold exclusively through Zumiez stores nationwide and features gloss green frames and chrome green lenses. Additionally the arms on the Rally can be swapped, mixed and matched just like the H.F.H.V Ford Fiesta's mismatched fifteen52 wheel setup for Gymkhana 2012. Plus every set of shades comes with a free set of temples that can be swapped as well.

"I'm stoked on all of my new signature Helm frames," says Block. "The Zumiez-exclusive Rally frames are super fresh and they're the only ones in my lineup that come in a gloss finish. It's definitely an honor that a huge retailer like Zumiez wants to carry an exclusive version of my shades."

To checkout the complete line-up of throwback 70s flair that is Ken block's Helm Signature Series visit spyoptic.com

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