Dragon Baile Polarized Sunglasses

Dragon Baile Polarized Sunglasses
Dragon Baile Polarized Sunglasses
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Baile Polarized Sunglasses by Dragon
Legendary surfer Mick Fanning helped Dragon designed the Baile Polarized Sunglasses to be a home for his face, which is why he went with the name "baile" because it's Gaelic for "home." These stylish sunglasses are remarkably light with an Italian-constructed Grilamid frame. The lenses are polarized to eliminate glaring as well as provide 100% UV protection.

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