sunglasses Polaroid PLD 2134/S Polarised

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Fishdeal Sunglasses Polaroid PLD 2134/S - Quality fish sunglasses! - Polarized lenses - Material: rubber - Frame color: black/grey - Color glasses: grey - Width glasses: 5,6cm - Width bridge: 1,9cm - Length legs: 14.5cm - Light weight - Robust material - Removes glare from the water surface - Very stylish appearance - Perfect for while fishing and other outdoor activities! The Polaroid PLD 2134/S is a high quality, stylish pair of Polaroid sunglasses. The lenses of these sunglasses are polarized so they are designed to filter out the glare of the sun on the surface of the water. This makes it easier to see through the water layers and look for fish and/or potential spots. Furthermore, the frame of the sunglasses is made of rubber, which makes them very robust and lightweight. These stylish sunglasses are perfect for while fishing and other outdoor activities!

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Sunglasses Polaroid PLD 2134/S - Quality fish sunglasses! - Polarized lenses - Material: rubber - Frame color: black/grey - Color glasses: grey - Width glasses: 5,6cm - Width bridge: 1,9cm - Length legs: 14.5cm - Light weight - Robust material - Removes glare from the water surface - Very stylish appearance - Perfect for while fishing and other outdoor activities! The Polaroid PLD 2134/S is a high quality, stylish pair of Polaroid sunglasses. The lenses of these sunglasses are polarized so they are designed to filter out the glare of the sun on the surface of the water. This makes it easier to see through the water layers and look for fish and/or potential spots. Furthermore, the frame of the sunglasses is made of rubber, which makes them very robust and lightweight. These stylish sunglasses are perfect for while fishing and other outdoor activities!

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