Optic Nerve Thujone 3.0 Sunglasses

Optic Nerve Thujone 3.0 Sunglasses
Optic Nerve Thujone 3.0 Sunglasses
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Thujone 3.0 Sunglasses by Optic Nerve
The Optic Nerve Thujone 3. 0 delivers the precision optics you'd normally associate with elite brand names, but at a palatable price that leaves room for trips to iconic outdoor destinations. The Thujone 3. 0 employs a streamlined shape for both cyclists and trail runners desiring optimal protection and crystal clear vision, but without excess drag or bulky design getting in their way. Its lightweight polycarbonate lens features a mirrored finish that cuts glare when you're zipping down a canyon road or weaving between trees on smooth-buffed singletrack. Best of all, it comes with bonus clear and copper lenses for adjusting your vision to environmental changes. 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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