Dragon Aerial Sunglasses

Dragon Aerial Sunglasses
Dragon Aerial Sunglasses
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Aerial Sunglasses by Dragon
Slip on the Dragon Aerial Sunglasses before hitting the trail for an afternoon hike or just before stepping onto the boat for a day spent hanging out on a beautiful lake. These shades boast a lightweight grilamid frame that boosts comfort during long stretches outside and pairs well with the durable and reliable polycarbonate lenses. To help reduce fatigue the Aeriel also features small side cups that prevent bright light from sneaking in around your frames.

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