Uvex Sportstyle 710 Mir Sunglasses

Uvex Sportstyle 710 Mir Sunglasses
Uvex Sportstyle 710 Mir Sunglasses
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Sportstyle 710 Mir Sunglasses by Uvex
Windblown dirt, rooster-tails, leaves, your friend's spit--there's no telling what can get in your eyes on the trail. Unless, that is, you have the Uvex Sportstyle 710 Mir Sunglasses covering them. Coated in Supravision, these scratch-resistant lenses repel moisture and dirt for reliable protection on the trail. Litemirror enhances these 100% UV protected lenses with extra armor against infrared rays. Uvex's Direct Lens Ventilation prevents moisture buildup by pulling cool air in and pushing warm air out. The lenses have a wider, ten base curvature for a better wraparound coverage and a panoramic view, and the soft nose and temple pads adjust for a secure fit. 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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