Dragon Shield Eyewear

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Product Description

Mick Fanning would probably have a lot harder time ripping big waves if he let the sun burn his eyes out of his head. That's why he helped design The Dragon Shield Sunglasses with every bit of protective tech around. Burly Grilamid frames and UV-blocking, polycarbonate lenses can take a serious beating. Hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings repel water and oil to keep your vision clear.

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