Julbo Wave Sunglasses - Polarized 3+ Lens

Julbo Wave Sunglasses - Polarized 3+ Lens
Julbo Wave Sunglasses - Polarized 3+ Lens
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Wave Sunglasses - Polarized 3+ Lens by Julbo
Julbo designed Wave Sunglasses specifically for life on the water. Polarized lenses eliminate glare, which tends to be everywhere you look on the water. Special frame skirts protect your eyes from spray and salt, and the frame even floats so you can get them back if you drop them. Polarized 3+ bright-light lens with Flash Finish which filters light with its reflective properties and eliminates glareDurable design made to hold up to harsh watery environmentsFrame floats should you take a spill in the drinkRemovable frame skirts for added protection against sun and sprayAdjustable neck strap for added securityProposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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