Maui Jim Banyans Polarized Sunglasses

Maui Jim Banyans Polarized Sunglasses
Maui Jim Banyans Polarized Sunglasses
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Banyans Polarized Sunglasses by Maui Jim
Slip on the Maui Jim Banyans Sunglasses and channel the hang-loose mahalo vibe of the Hawaiian Islands. Maui Jim made the Banyans with polarized Maui Evolution lenses to give you a clear, glare-free view of the world. The flexible Grilamid frame provides durability when you're on-the-go, and it sports a classic, semi-rimless design to bring a touch of style to your next vacation. Adjustable nose pads offer a custom comfortable fit, and treatments on the lens and frame prevent salt water from damaging your shades.

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SKU: MAU0091
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