Maui Jim Peahi Polarized Sunglasses

Maui Jim Peahi Polarized Sunglasses
Maui Jim Peahi Polarized Sunglasses
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Peahi Polarized Sunglasses by Maui Jim
For days spent between the water and the beach, these sunglasses eliminate glare and give you a crystal clear view of the approaching waves. Maui Jim's SuperThin glass lenses are 20 percent thinner and lighter than traditional glass lenses, and the cellulose-based frames are lightweight and hypoallergenic.

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SKU: MAU0084
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