Electric AV1 Sunglasses

Electric AV1 Sunglasses
Electric AV1 Sunglasses
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AV1 Sunglasses by Electric
Aviators seemingly will never go out of style, and it is no wonder with clean offerings like the AV1 being produced. These shades mix complete UV protection with wide coverage for relief from the sun on all of your outdoor ventures. Stainless steel construction offers a rock-solid feel that won't bend or snap, making the AV1's perfect for an active lifestyle. The CR39 lens implements cutting edge technology to improve clarity by contrasting colors, which is especially useful in the evening's glaring sun. Lastly, the included carrying case and microfiber bag keep those lenses clear and make travel and storage that much easier.

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SKU: ELCZ64I
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