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Electric Vol Sunglasses - Womens

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Specs

Type:
  • Fashion
  • Oversized
Frame: 8 Base Mold Injected Grilamid
Lens: 8 Base Polycarbonate
Polarized:
  • No
Face Size: Medium - Large
Recommended Use:
  • Biking
  • Casual
  • Sports
  • Driving
  • Snow Sports
  • Looking Cool
  • Water Sports
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Electric Vol Sunglasses - Womens

Electric Vol Sunglasses are as appealing as they are practical. These glasses boast a sleek design and specific fit in order to make sure they are appealing to the eye. Their build is also extremely durable; it consists of an 8 Base Grylamide frame in order to ensure the glasses can stand up to a good deal of wear and tear on their exterior. The lenses, which are 8 base polycarbonate lenses, are also designed to be durable.

Key Features of the Electric Vol Sunglasses:
  • 100% UV Protection
  • 8 Base Mold Injected Grilamid Frame
  • 8 Base Polycarbonate Lens
  • 3 Barrel Stainless Steel Optical Hinge

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JENNIFER T on Sep 13, 2013
Need boating sunglasses with no nose pieces pulling out my hair... And these look cute. Hopefully I like them on.
DeAnn C on Aug 6, 2013
doe the brown gradient lens provide sufficient eye protection from the sun? I have sensitive eyes. also do u know what the difference is between the brown gradient and the bronze lens? thanks!!!!
rachel t on Jan 6, 2014
Best Answer: I love these Electrics and I get tons of compliments on them. I have a narrow face and they're a snug fit. The coverage from sun is great, I get no sunlight from the top or sides. I like the gradient lens because the top is dark with a brownish/red tint and the bottom is lighter and good for looking down without having to take the glasses off (for reading, etc.).

And sorry, I don't have a clue about the difference in lenses. Hope you find my review helpful.
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