Fox Head The Matter Eyewear

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Product Description

  • New for 2007 is The Matter, pumping out sleek styling and quality. Perfect lens clarity is only possible through its plutonite lenses featuring High Definition Optics technology. It's O-Matter frame is stress resistant and lighweight for all day comfort and features an ingenerated hinge and metal Fox Head Icons.
  • 100% UV Ray Protection.
  • HDO Technology.
  • Plutonite Lens Technology.
  • Lightweight and Stress Resistant O-Matter Frame.

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