Rand Paul campaign in hot water over Ray-Bans

Rand Paul with sunglasses as he stops to look at the Bulldog mascot statue at the Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina
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Sen. Rand Paul's presidential bid just lost some of its cool.

Paul's campaign will pull Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses imprinted with a "Rand" logo from its online store after the company complained, The Hill reported Wednesday. The glasses had sold for $150 on the Republican Kentucky senator and 2016 candidate's website as recently as Tuesday.

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"After a formal request from us, they promptly removed the product from their site and agreed to cease any further use of our trademarks," Jane Lehman, who handles corporate media at Luxottica, Ray-Ban's public relations firm, wrote to The Hill.

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Representatives for Paul's campaign did not immediately respond to CNBC's request to comment.

Read The Hill's full report here