Five Caves is a sporty and stylish sunglass, fit for any occasion and lifestyle. Five Caves wraps comfortably around the face to offer an uninterrupted view and ultimate protection from wind and the sun's harmful rays. Carefully placed rubber in the bridge and temples ensures a steady grip while active and added comfort when relaxing. Featuring Maui Jim s color-enhancing lens technology, Five Caves reveals the vibrant colors of the world as they were intended to be seen. FRAME FEATURES: Material Nylon frame with rubber embedded into the temples for additional grip Shape and Fit Refined rectangle Complements round or oval shaped faces Best fits faces that are medium to large in size Unisex appeal Bridge & Hinge Designs Saddle style fixed bridge with built-in rubber nosepads for added comfort Spring hinge LENS FEATURES: SuperThin Glass 20% thinner and lighter than standard laminated glass lenses for long wearing comfort Center thickness of 1.8mm Features three color-enhancing rare earth elements FINISHING TREATMENTS and OTHER QUALITIES: Enhances color, contrast and clarity for beautiful views and stunning protection from glare and harmful 100% of UVA, UVB and UVC rays Waterproof and oleophobic coating sheds water and snow and repels grease and smudges
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