Kaenon Gauge Eyewear

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MSRP : $228.95


Product Description

Go big with Kaenon's polarized Gauge Sunglasses. These over-sized shades feature Kaenon's optically superior SR-91 lenses. The Gauge Sunglasses fit medium to large-sized faces and the stainless steel hinges stand up to rough use. Kaenon's preoprietary SR-91 offer the clarity of glass-lens optics, and the lightweight durability of a polycarbonate lensthe SR-91 is a hybrid, giving you the highest quality optics in lightweight, functional sport eyewear.

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