Kaenon Ladera Polarized Sunglasses

Kaenon Ladera Polarized Sunglasses
Kaenon Ladera Polarized Sunglasses
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Ladera Polarized Sunglasses by Kaenon
Whether you are looking for on-water clarity or downtown style the Kaenon Ladera polarized sunglasses are up for the challenge. A subtle design inspired by the mid-century architecture of Southern California blends style and function to create high performing multi-purpose shades. Move smoothly from sailboat top-side to restaurant patio in town with the impact resistant SR-91 polarized lens, which reduces glare and offers a superior resolution. With ultra-sharp clarity and Variflex comfort nose-pads you will always want these glasses at your side. The included hard case with microfiber bag and flexible thermoplastic frame make these a durable choice for wherever your next adventure takes you.

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