Uvex Sportstyle 810 Mirrored Sunglasses

Uvex Sportstyle 810 Mirrored Sunglasses
Uvex Sportstyle 810 Mirrored Sunglasses
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Sportstyle 810 Mirrored Sunglasses by Uvex
Get a wider field of view and more coverage without any distortion when you cycle with the Uvex Sportstyle 810 Mirrored Sunglasses. These sunglasses style a wider base curvature to shield your eyes from the sides, and Uvex's unique decentered design ensures distortion-free vision. Their Polavision polycarbonate lenses let in all visible colors while filtering UV light for protection, and the Litemirror coating offers 100% infrared protection. Direct lens ventilation works with Supravision to keep moisture off the lenses, and Supravision also resists water, oil, and smudges. The soft, adjustable nose and temple pads provide a precise 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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