Dragon Cutback Floatable Polarized Sunglasses

Dragon Cutback Floatable Polarized Sunglasses
Dragon Cutback Floatable Polarized Sunglasses
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Cutback Floatable Polarized Sunglasses by Dragon
Dragon designed the Cutback Floatable Polarized Sunglasses for those of us who don't differentiate active from casual in our lifestyles. A floatable frame makes this Cutback model particularly ideal for paddlers, fishermen, and water-lovers. These sunglasses also have polarized lenses to cut back glare as well as UV rays. Wraparound coverage and rubber temple and nose pads help keep these sunglasses on when water's splashing on your face.

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