Sixty One Honupu Polarized Sunglasses

Sixty One Honupu Polarized Sunglasses
Sixty One Honupu Polarized Sunglasses
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Honupu Polarized Sunglasses by Sixty One
Whether you're on a road trip, wandering a city, or spending your afternoon by the water, the Honupu Polarized Sunglasses keep you stylish. Their thin metal frames and aviator shape provide you with an edgy aesthetic for your urban days while the polarized lenses cut back on glare for optical clarity around water or on the open road. Additionally, these lenses block harmful UV rays so you can confidently wander the sun-bathed landscape.

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