Zeal Tracker Polarized Sunglasses

Zeal Tracker Polarized Sunglasses
Zeal Tracker Polarized Sunglasses
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Tracker Polarized Sunglasses by Zeal
Explore the world in a pair of shades that didn't harm it like the Zeal Polarized Tracker Sunglasses. Zeal made the Z-resin frame and the e-llume lenses out of plant-based, eco-friendly materials. The e-llume lenses feature a polarized film that eliminates glare, a permanent mirrored coating, an anti-reflective coating, and a hydrophobic coating that repels dirt and oil as well as water. ProFlex rubber prevents the Tracker from slipping off your face when you work up a sweat.

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