District Round Medium VL 1622 Sunglasses by Vuarnet
Inspired by rounded keyhole shades of the '60s, the Vaurnet District Round Medium VL 1622 Sunglasses bring vintage vibes to your urban adventures and everyday pursuits. Its rounded shape is well suited for medium-sized faces, stylishly suiting both men and women with its unisex design. The acetate frame is both lightweight and durable, standing up to small drops and everyday bumps while maintaining easy-wearing comfort. It's reinforced with five-barrel hinges for robust durability. Every pair of Vaurnet Sunglasses is equipped with a mineral glass lens for the utmost in visual clarity, scratch protection, and durability from everyday use. This glass lens is made in France with a rigorous seventeen-step process for the highest possible optical quality. It filters out 100% of harmful UV rays (UVA, UVB, UVC), as well as 99% of high-energy blue visible light that's linked with macular degeneration, which is a leading cause of vision loss. Also, there's an anti-reflective coating along the inside to minimize distracting reflections. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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