Best paired with a chilled cocktail, striped beach chair, and an afternoon with nothing to do but watch tourists flail while surfing, the Vuarnet Polarized VL 0113 Sunglasses offer unrivaled protection from the sun's harmful rays and crystal-clear optical clarity. Designed with a sporty frame, the VL 0113 is best suited for beach-front debauchery or sunny days on the fairway. The VL 0113 is available in two polarized lens options: the Polar BlueLynx and Polar Brown. The Polar Brown features an anti-glare and hydrophobic coating, as well as an oleophobic treatment, and the mirrored Polar BlueLynx is constructed with chemical tempering and an anti-glare treatment. Both lens options are polarized to cut glare and offer unrivaled views when you're out on the water. 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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