Maui Jim Siren Song Polarized Sunglasses

Maui Jim Siren Song Polarized Sunglasses
Maui Jim Siren Song Polarized Sunglasses
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Siren Song Polarized Sunglasses by Maui Jim
Clear vision, rich color, and dependable eye protection are calling to you like the mythical sirens of old. Set a course towards style and grab the Maui Jim Siren Song Polarized Sunglasses. These casual sunglasses offer a crystal clear, color-rich picture that you'll love when traveling to new places or exploring the beauty in your own backyard. SuperThin glass lenses are thinner and lighter and than standard glass lenses, and feature more scratch-resistant properties to keep you covered through the bumps and bruises of travel. The frame is lightweight for a comfortable all-day wear, and features a subtle cat eye design that looks good anywhere around the globe.

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SKU: MAU005L
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