Breed Mensa Polarized Sunglasses

Breed Mensa Polarized Sunglasses
Breed Mensa Polarized Sunglasses
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Mensa Polarized Sunglasses by Breed
Enjoy smart style and sunny protection when you don the Mensa Polarized Sunglasses for a day around town. Sleek titanium frames are lightweight on the face and offer a nice level of urban style, while the polarized lenses minimize glare and eliminate damaging UVA/UVB light. Adjustable nose pads deliver a no-slip fit whether you're driving to work or cruising through town, and acetate tips on the arms create a high-quality grip that won't let you down.

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