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Guideline Pro Cabo Sunglasses - Matte Black Frame/Gray Lens

Item # 428119
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Key Features

  • Multi-layered polycarbonate Polarized Lens

  • Megnol nose pads

  • Adjustable rubber temple tips

  • Fits medium to large face profile

  • Includes neoprene case


Our Price   $49.95

Availability: Sold Out

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
fisherman_eyewear Ultralight and very comfortable, this semi-rimless frame feels like it's floating on your face. Megnol nose pads and adjustable rubber temple tips provide amazing comfort. You can easily wear these sunglasses all day. Designed to fit a medium to large face profile. Includes a neoprene carrying case.

The multi-layered polycarbonate lens is less than half the weight of glass for extended hours of use without fatigue. It provides the best scratch and impact-resistant option for those who are tough on their gear. Shatter-resistant coating on both side of the lens handles extreme sports and outdoor activities.

Deepwater Gray Lens allows for great contrast and natural color perception. The gray lens transmits all colors of the spectrum so there is little distortion. Ideal for open water fishing on bright sunny days and most watersports activities. Visible Light Transmission: 11.8%.
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Specifications
Frame Matte Black
Lenses Deepwater Gray

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