Vuarnet VL1809 Small Round Polarized Sunglasses

Vuarnet VL1809 Small Round Polarized Sunglasses
Vuarnet VL1809 Small Round Polarized Sunglasses
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VL1809 Small Round Polarized Sunglasses by Vuarnet
The Vuarnet VL1809 Small Round Sunglasses want you to have the best possible view of the world around you, even with your sunglasses on, which is why they use the same mineral glass as the best cameras, microscopes, or telescopes. Made in France since 1957, these lenses afford your eyes exceptional clarity and optical precision, from drives through the country to beachside vacations. Polarized to reduce glare, you can enjoy watching the waves without distraction or eye-fatigue. The subtle round design mixes vintage sports spirit with modern architecture, and protects your eyes from the sun even as they enable gorgeous views of green pastures and distance horizons.

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