VonZipper Dipstick Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses

VonZipper Dipstick Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses
VonZipper Dipstick Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses
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Dipstick Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses by VonZipper
While its name might provoke flashbacks from your childhood--you know, the one when your older brother spent a whopping two hours chasing you around the living room yelling "eat the pretzel stick you dipstick," the VonZipper Dipstick Polarized Sunglasses are a bit more laid-back than your nutjob old brother (who still has a thing for chasing you around, just without the force-feeding pretzel sticks situation). Designed to provide coverage, style and protection, the Dipstick is outfitted with polarized lenses that eliminate glare when you're on the water or in the snow while its grilamid frame is lightweight and flexible for comfort and durability. It's also equipped with RGNS nose and temple pads to keep it attached to your face whether you're getting rowdy on your mountain bike or motorcycle--or being chased down the single track by your wacky brother.

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SKU: VON005X
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