Maui Jim Pineapple Polarized Sunglasses

Maui Jim Pineapple Polarized Sunglasses
Maui Jim Pineapple Polarized Sunglasses
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Pineapple Polarized Sunglasses by Maui Jim
Slip on the Maui Jim Pineapple Polarized Sunglasses for a glare free view through crispy SuperThin glass lenses. To keep your face comfortable for long days the nylon frame is super lightweight so you don't get that annoying ear pain.

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SKU: MAU005T
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