Zeal Caddis Polarized Sunglasses

Zeal Caddis Polarized Sunglasses
Zeal Caddis Polarized Sunglasses
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Caddis Polarized Sunglasses by Zeal
Zeal's Polarized Caddis Sunglasses were made for days on the water. An essential part of your fly fishing gear, these sunglasses are crafted from plant-based materials, with ellume polarized lenses and a Z-Resin bio-plastic frame. Zeal uses natural oils from the castor bean to construct their frames, a perennial that can be cultivated on marginal lands and withstands droughts. Zeal finished off these eco-friendly sunglasses with a scratch-free resilient hard coat, ready to withstand quite a bit of wear and tear.

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