Spy Rover Sunglasses - Polarized

Spy Rover Sunglasses - Polarized
Spy Rover Sunglasses - Polarized
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Rover Sunglasses - Polarized by Spy
Ready for any adventure you find yourself in, the Spy Rover Polarized Sunglasses protect your eyes from the blinding glares of glistening ocean bays, shimmering cityscapes, and blinding snowfields. Happy Lens technology blocks harmful UV-rays and short-wave blue light, making the Rover a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts and avid explorers. The lightweight, yet durable frame stands up to rigorous use when it's sitting in your vehicle's center console, stuffed in a backpack, or sitting on your face during outdoor activities. Hytrel nose and temple pads prevent these shades from slipping off your face during fast-paced activities. As a convenient bonus, the temple tips feature cut-outs for easy leash attachment. 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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