Dragon Liege Floatable Polarized Sunglasses

Dragon Liege Floatable Polarized Sunglasses
Dragon Liege Floatable Polarized Sunglasses
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Liege Floatable Polarized Sunglasses by Dragon
Stop losing your shades on rowdy river trips by picking up a pair of the Dragon Liege Floatable Polarized Sunglasses. They sport H2O technology, which means they won't sink when they get knocked off in a nasty stretch of rapids or during a particularly intense slap-the-bag session. They also have polarized lenses to cut through glare so you can read your line better when dropping into a Class III run. Meanwhile, the classic frame shape keeps your style on point when you make a run into town for more food.

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