Maui Jim Kuiaha Bay Sunglasses 286-02H. Were proud to present the brand new Kuiaha Bay Sunglasses from Maui Jim. Kuiaha Bay offers the highest quality materials paired with modern style for those who crave a sleek sport sunglass. Featuring a beautifully designed modified, rectangular frame that fits perfectly with both round and oval faces. Kuiaha compliments any lifestyle. Maui Jim case and cleaning cloth included.FrameMaterial: High-grade injected nylon, lightweight and tough with superior fit and comfortFinishing Treatment: Gloss finishHinge: Anti-corrosive spring that provides flexibility offering a secure, comfortable fit for various face shapes and sizesBridge: Saddle style, fixed bridge with embedded nose padsLensesST (SuperThin) Glass: When clarity is the priority, go with the best optics available. Durable. Scratch resistant. 20% thinner and lighter than standard laminated glass lenses for long-wearing comfort, whether you're driving or relying on them every day. Three rare earth elements ensure brilliance everywhere you look.PolarizedPlus2: In every pair of Maui Jims you'll find our patented, color-infused lens technology that wipes out 99.9% of glare, 100% of harmful UV and boosts color via specially designed lens treatments. So your view is clearer, with crisper contrast and amazing brilliance.FITSpecifications:(eye) 55(bridge) 19(temple) 1286-base curve
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