- You break hearts left and right, that's why you earned the name Heartbreaker. You can't help it if you have commitment issues. Whateves. However, there is one committal relationship that you aren't afraid of, and that's your love affair with this sweet sunglasses from Polaroid Eyewear™! No fear here, just straight up appreciation for sensible style.
- Metal frames and arms.
- Polarized lenses offer UV protection.
- Double bridge aviator design.
- Polaroid logo at temples.
- Polaroid branding at upper left lens.
- Clear silicone nose pads.
- Protective case included.
- Temple Length: 126 mm
- Frame Width: 123 mm
- Weight: 0.58 oz
- Lens Height: 45 mm
- Lens Width: 40 mm
- Bridge: 16 mm
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