Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
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Brody - 8953
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Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
Brody - 8953
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Brody - 8953

Regular price $29.98

Features:

  • TR90 frame
  • TAC polarized lens lens
  • Polarized
  • UV Protection Coating
  • Arm: 140 millimeters


The DUCO prescription sunglasses are made of TR90 material,it is extreme flexibility, durability and light weight make it the perfect material for performance eyewear.It can be bent to 90 degrees without broken and can float over water.(See image above) So it is much worth your money than other's Polycarbonate Frame which may be half of DUCO's amount.

How to measure your glasses frames for DUCO sunglasses:

1- Measure the widest part of your glasses frames left to right, this is the "width". Next measure the height of the lens with frame included.

2- Choose the DUCO frame that is slightly larger in width and height than your frame measurements.

If your frame width is less than 136mm(5.35inches),height is less than 37mm(1.45inches), please choose M size.

If your frame width is longer than 136mm(5.35inches), shorter than 142mm(5.59inches);height is less than 37mm(1.45inches), please choose L size.

If your frame width is longer than 142mm(5.59inches),OR height is larger than 37mm(1.45inches),please DON'T choose it.

Benefits:

1- Special design for myopia

2- Easy to cover your glasses frame

3- Polarized lens help to eliminate reflected and scattered glares, restores vivid color

4- Good for sports and other outdoor activities

5- Side Lens for better peripheral vision and eye protection

Tips:

1. Never clean your sunglasses with paper towels or clothing, which can leave scratches.Just use clean water and DUCO's included cloth to clean it.

2. Never leave your sunglasses under car's front window, especially in summer. Prolonged exposure to the oven-like temperatures inside a car can degrade the lens.