While Maui Jim shades generally have a tropical vibe, the Pokowai Arch Polarized Sunglasses are here to remind you that Hawaii has quite the city life. Sure they look the part when you drive the windy road to Hana and enjoy a day in that tropical paradise, swimming in waterfalls, and watching the waves crash through all that stunning rock, but the Pokowai truly shines when you're searching Lahaina for the best surf and turf for dinner, and even when the sunglasses are on your shirt when you're dancing the night away at one of Maui's many nightclubs. Their polarized lenses cut the glare when you're enjoying sunrises and sunsets at the beach.
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