Vuarnet VL1609 - Jerry Sunglases - Polarized

Vuarnet VL1609 - Jerry Sunglases - Polarized
Vuarnet VL1609 - Jerry Sunglases - Polarized
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VL1609 - Jerry Sunglases - Polarized by Vuarnet
The genius of two skiers is what brought Vuarnet sunglasses to life back in the 1960's, and it is the continued adventure-worthy quality and French-made style that brings the VL 1609 Jerry Polarized Sunglasses to us today. Tinted mineral glass lenses protect your eyes from ultra-violet light on bright bluebird days and help to highlight fluctuations of the snow. The acetate frames are reinforced with five-barrel hinges for a smooth ride from groomers to moguls and give off a chic sporty look carved right out of Vuarnet's decades old heritage.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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