VonZipper Lomax Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses

VonZipper Lomax Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses
VonZipper Lomax Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses
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Lomax Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses by VonZipper
Glare bouncing off shimmering surfaces can quickly ruin your outdoor plans, whether you're hiking at high altitudes, frequenting sunny beaches, or playing outside in snowy environments. Filtering out 100% of harmful UV rays and blinding glare, the Von Zipper Lomax Wildlife Polarized Sunglasses bring precision optics and smooth style into your active lifestyle. Von Zipper's Wildlife Polarized technology boosts optical clarity and definition, so you can enjoy the outdoors as you love to do. These polarized sunglasses are handmade in Italy, bringing premium quality and head-turning style into your daily adventures. The nylon Grilamid frame ensures lasting durability by withstanding daily use and abuse, with stainless steel hinges for maximum strength. Plus, rubber nose and temple pads ensure a secure fit through rapid movement and active pursuits.

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