Native Eyewear Acadia Polarized Sunglasses

Native Eyewear Acadia Polarized Sunglasses
Native Eyewear Acadia Polarized Sunglasses
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Acadia Polarized Sunglasses by Native Eyewear
If you are looking for a pair of sunglasses you can wear on the water or the mountain, and around town, then check out Native Eyewear's Acadia Sunglasses. These high-quality polarized lenses are designed to protect you against sun damage and intensive glares over snow and water. And the Rhyno-Tuff lightweight frames are designed with enhanced durability and Cushinol nose and temple pads for the intent of breaking a sweat as you climb up hill.

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SKU: NTV001Q
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