Haleiwa is located 30 miles north of Honalulu on the North Shore of Hawaii, and there's no better place to put the Maui Jim Haleiwa Polarized Sunglasses to the test. These modern aviators are complemented with a MauiBrilliant lens which are as clear as glass but only one-third the weight, as well as non-slip silicone nose pads giving you a super lightweight package for all day comfort. Memory Metal Frame remembers the position on your face so you don't have any pressure points when the sun is shining bright and you reach for your Haleiwas.
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