Vuarnet O3 Sunglasses

Vuarnet O3 Sunglasses
Vuarnet O3 Sunglasses
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O3 Sunglasses by Vuarnet
Vuarnet first designed the O3 Sunglasses back in 1962 as a nod to U. S. Air Force pilots, and then a certain rug-loving, white Russian-drinking character from a nineties cult film flipped the sunglasses' signification. Nowadays, people either see the O3 as a patriotic term of endearment or something a California bum would wear, and that gives you plenty of space to make your own statement in such a stylish pair of shades. The O3 Sunglasses style Vuarnet's scratch- and shock-resistant lenses are made of natural mineral glass for high resolution, maximum UV protection, and exceptional durability. Vuarnet treated each lens to eliminate blinding glares in high elevations or under bright beach skies.

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