Kaenon Redding Ultra Polarized Sunglasses - Men's

Kaenon Redding Ultra Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
Kaenon Redding Ultra Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
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Redding Ultra Polarized Sunglasses - Men's by Kaenon
The Kaenon Redding Ultra Polarized Sunglasses are a stylish and lightweight way to block the sun and reduce glare when you're hanging by the water. Whether you're playing beach games or relaxing with a book, you'll be thankful for the polarized lenses fighting the glare coming off the ocean. The TR-90 frame is lightweight and flexible for a super-comfortable feel on your face, and the grippy nose pads ensure that your shades won't fall into the drink when you're testing the water temps. Ideal for medium sized faces, these glasses perfectly toe the line between performance and casual eye wear, giving you a versatile option for any summer day.

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