Turbine S Polar Junior Polarized Sunglasses - Kids' by Oakley
Whether your troublemaker is trying their hand at disc golf or the lot of you are headed to the lake for a day of beach games and grilled burgers, the Oakley Kids' Turbine XS Polar Sunglasses assure adaptive style and performance. The Kids' Turbine features the same dependable performance as the adult-sized version, and Oakley even thought to include polarized lenses with this edition for added protection from blinding glares. The Unobtainium nose pads provide a secure fit, even when the humidity index starts to rise, and the lightweight frame assures a comfortable feel--no matter what the day calls for.
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