The Maui Jim Hot Sands Polarized Sunglasses combine comfort and durability in a contemporary sport design that also provides crystal-clear optics for high-performance activities like running, hiking, or playing volleyball on the beach. The Hot Sands has polycarbonate lenses with multi-layered PolarizedPlus 2 technology to provide a vivid view that maximizes color transmission, enhances visible color, eliminates glare, and blocks harmful UV rays. Maui Jim added waterproof, oleophobic, and Clearshell coatings to the lenses in order to protect them from water, grease, scratches, and impacts. The bi-gradient mirrored tint also filters sunlight progressively. Its grilamid frame is lightweight and tough, and it fits small to medium faces comfortably. You can adjust the rubber nose pads for an ideal fit, and Rubberon temple inserts prevent the Hot Sands from slipping off your face when you work up a sweat. Proposition 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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