Kaenon Burnet XL Sunglasses - Men's

Kaenon Burnet XL Sunglasses - Men's
Kaenon Burnet XL Sunglasses - Men's
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Burnet XL Sunglasses - Men's by Kaenon
With a retro look and top-shelf lens technology, Kaenon's Burnet XL Sunglasses can confidently check the box in both the stylish and functional categories thanks to its high-end polarized lenses and classic frame shape. Designed in California and made in Italy, the Burnets feature a lightweight and flexible TR-90 frame that works well on both the beach and street, and durable hypoallergenic nose pads offer additional comfort. The polarized lenses cut down and glare and provide broad spectrum UV protection, so you can take in the views without worry.

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SKU: KAN000Z
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