Kaenon Coto Ultra Polarized Sunglasses

Kaenon Coto Ultra Polarized Sunglasses
Kaenon Coto Ultra Polarized Sunglasses
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Coto Ultra Polarized Sunglasses by Kaenon
Whether you are deep-sea fishing in the gulf waters of Florida or you're scouting Pacific waves off the coast of California, the Kaenon Coto Ultra Polarized Sunglasses gives you unparalleled optics in fully exposed conditions. Built with Kaenon's polarized SR-91 lens you get lightweight protection from intensive glares, shatter-resistance, glass-like optics, and layers of hydro-oleophobic and protective coatings. The B12 and G12 lens tints are designed to give you neutral and contrasted vision while looking over the ocean, making these tints ideal for your coastal lifestyle. The rimless design creates a sporty look while the TR-90 frames hold their shape during your active lifestyle and are extremely lightweight so you barely notice them. And equipped with adjustable and non-slip Variflex nose pads, these sunglasses don't budge while you work a sweat reeling in an extra-large mahi-mahi.

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