Uvex Sportstyle 700 Variomatic Sunglasses

Uvex Sportstyle 700 Variomatic Sunglasses
Uvex Sportstyle 700 Variomatic Sunglasses
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Sportstyle 700 Variomatic Sunglasses by Uvex
Sometimes looking fast can be half the battle. Fortunately for you, the Uvex Sportstyle 700 Variomatic Sunglasses give you a look that exudes speed. If you subscribe to the belief that sunglasses should be more than just aesthetically pleasing, look no further than these performance shades. Their Photochromic lenses adapt to changing light conditions, so you don't have to waste time switching out lenses, while an anti-fog coating keeps things clear while you work up a sweat. Generously cushioned nose and temple pads ensure a cushy fit, while UV-blocking protection keeps your eyes free of harmful UV rays. 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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