Cook pines are a species of coniferous tree found on Pacific islands, famously known for always leaning toward the equator. Similarly, the Maui Jim Cook Pines Polarized Sunglasses are also at home on tropical islands, with an eye towards the equator. Of course, with their classic aviator styling, they work just as well on busy city sidewalks and landlocked golf courses as they do on pristine beaches. They feature Maui Jim's lightest lenses, the MauiPure lenses, and a titanium frame for an incredibly light feel that won't weigh uncomfortably on your face when you're outside for hours at a time. And whether you're spending all day in a boat on open water or hiking multiple miles in the moutains, the PolarizedPlus2 lenses eliminate glare while enhancing contrast and making colors more vivid so you can enjoy the true beauty of your surroundings. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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