Dragon Aerial Polarized Sunglasses

Dragon Aerial Polarized Sunglasses
Dragon Aerial Polarized Sunglasses
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Aerial Polarized Sunglasses by Dragon
The Dragon Aerial Polarized Sunglasses have classic styling for your urban missions around town or heading out to your favorite campsite for hiking and flyfishing. Polycarbonate lenses are impact resistant, making them great for sports or to survive daily abuse from commuting. Polarization cuts glare so your eyes are comfortable all day long, and rubber nose pads keep your glasses where they should be.

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SKU: DRAZ402
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