It's clear that the inspiration for the Maui Jim Waterman Polarized Sunglasses is rooted in the long history and tradition that surrounds those who share a passion of water and watersports for work or for play. The durable nylon frames are designed to handle choppy waters and have a rubber inlay for additional support, while the polycarbonate lenses are built tough with scratch- and impact-resistance when fishing rods are swinging wildly on the deck. Equipped with Maui Jim's color-infused lens technology, PolarizedPlus2, the Watermans eliminate 99. 9% of harsh glares, 100% of harmful UV rays, and boost the colors around you to give you a whole new way to look at the world. The built-in strap ensures that these shades don't go overboard when the wind really picks up and your vessel gets moving at a lightning-fast clip. A vast eight-base curvature delivers a wide range of view to see everything on the water, and the included case keeps your sunnies safely stored until the next voyage. 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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