Sunski Topekas Polarized Sunglasses

Sunski Topekas Polarized Sunglasses
Sunski Topekas Polarized Sunglasses
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Topekas Polarized Sunglasses by Sunski
The Sunski Topekas Polarized Sunglasses are built to be your new right hand man all summer long. These lightweight shades boasts a recycled polycarbonate frame that offers impressive durability and comfort, polarized lenses that cut down on glare to reduce fatigue, and rubber nose and temple pads that hold things in place while you hike or hang out.

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SKU: SSK000L
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