Ryders Eyewear Seventh Sunglasses- Polarized Anti-fog Lens

Ryders Eyewear Seventh Sunglasses- Polarized Anti-fog Lens
Ryders Eyewear Seventh Sunglasses- Polarized Anti-fog Lens
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Seventh Sunglasses- Polarized Anti-fog Lens by Ryders Eyewear
We'd like to set the record straight: the flat top isn't just a hair style. It's a classic design that's been redefined by the Ryders Eyewear Seventh Sunglasses. Crafted with a crisp, semi-rim frame, these sunglasses feature fully adjustable hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips that ensures a personalized fit. The polarized, anti-fogging lenses provide crystal clear optical quality while simultaneously protecting your eyes from the sun. And thanks to anti-scratch and impact resistant qualities, these shades let you rally over rocks, logs, and pedestrians confidently. 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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SKU: REW001B
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