Electric Nashville Polarized Sunglasses

Electric Nashville Polarized Sunglasses
Electric Nashville Polarized Sunglasses
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Nashville Polarized Sunglasses by Electric
The Electric Nashville Polarized Sunglasses keep you seeing well and looking great. The throwback style conceals modern technology--melanin-infused polycarbonate lenses enhance optics while polarization cuts through glare to reduce fatigue. The minimalist design is light on your face so you can wear them all day in comfort.

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SKU: ELC006W
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