Electric Anderson Sunglasses

Electric Anderson Sunglasses
Electric Anderson Sunglasses
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Anderson Sunglasses by Electric
When you're hanging poolside in the heat of the summer or biking around town, let the Electric Anderson Sunglasses accompany on your sun-filled days. A lightweight and durable acetate frame keeps up with you for everyday use, and it's made from plant-based materials so you can feel better that they are eco-friendly. Polycarbonate lenses are impact-resistant making them the perfect go-to for any adventure or sport.

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SKU: ELC007C
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