Electric Nashville XL Sunglasses

Electric Nashville XL Sunglasses
Electric Nashville XL Sunglasses
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Nashville XL Sunglasses by Electric
The Nashville XL's are built to keep you covered while you adventure or chill outside. The polycarbonate lenses keep things lightweight while also blocking out UV rays and the majority of blue light to limit fatigue and keep you feeling good.

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SKU: ELC006X
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