Maui Jim Shoal Polarized Sunglasses

Maui Jim Shoal Polarized Sunglasses
Maui Jim Shoal Polarized Sunglasses
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Shoal Polarized Sunglasses by Maui Jim
For long days on the coast, in the mountains, or wherever lazy nature days find you, you've got the Maui Jim Shoal Polarized Sunglasses. Big on clarity and light on weight, these glasses help you make the most of your time in beautiful places. The lenses are crafted with SuperThin glass, which is thinner and lighter than standard glass, and offers a clearer picture and greater scratch resistance. The lightweight metal frame features rubber temple pads and adjustable rabalon nose pads to ensure a secure fit as you gaze at natural splendor every way your head can turn. Available in multiple tints for various light conditions, these sunglasses are bound to help you appreciate every new place you visit.

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