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5.000+ different models. Take advantage of our special offers, deals, and promotions on eyewear - FREE cords on many sunglasses.
5.000+ different models. Take advantage of our special offers, deals, and promotions on eyewear - FREE cords on many sunglasses.

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JAWS Square

by OCEAN
Original price $59.00 - Original price $59.00
Original price
$59.00
$59.00 - $59.00
Current price $59.00
SKU 63000.1

Dimensions (55-12-140)mm & (2.2-0.5-5.5)in. Size: L-S-M. Learn more.

Frame - Lens: Brown Demi Dark - Brown

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Sunglasses are a fashion accessory that can express one's personality. Sunglasses have been an integral part of fashion for many years now. They come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. There are many different types of sunglasses, and they all have benefits. Polarized sunglasses are the most popular type because they reduce glare from the sun and other light sources. They also help to minimize eye strain and headaches. The color of the lens is also essential when choosing a pair of sunglasses. The color should match your skin tone, hair color, or outfit to look fashionable. The size of sunglasses should be large enough to cover your eyes. Sunglasses are a must-have accessory for anyone who wants to protect their eyes from harmful rays. The sun emits ultraviolet (UV) rays that can damage the eye's retina and lens. UV rays can also cause cataracts, macular degeneration, and other eye diseases. Sunglasses are designed to block out these harmful UV rays. Protect your eyes from the sun's glare, dust, wind, and other elements. The temple and bridge measure the size of sunglasses. The temple is the arm's length that goes over your ear and rests on your cheekbone. The bridge is the distance between your two lenses. The lens height is measured from where it rests on your nose to where it meets with your temple, while lens width is measured from one side of the lens to another.