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  • Dragon - Marquis Sunglasses - Polarized - Matte Tortoise/Green G15 Polar
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  • Dragon - Marquis Sunglasses - Polarized - Matte Tortoise/Green G15 Polar
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Dragon Marquis Sunglasses - Polarized

$159.95

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    • Matte Tortoise/Green G15 Polar, One Size
      $159.95
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      $159.95
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    Cool, classic style.

    Get some old-school fashion with new-school function in the Dragon Marquis Polarized Sunglasses. The polarized polycarbonate lenses provide excellent resolution and image depth even in glaring sun, along with full-spectrum UV protection. And the injection-molded Grilamid frames and stainless steel hinges are designed to withstand hard use and abuse all year long. In a large fit, the Marquis offers cool, complete coverage for those long summer days.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Polarized polycarbonate lenses
    • Grilamid frame
    • 5 Barrel stainless steel hinges
    • 100% UV protection
    • Item #DRA005B

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    polycarbonate
    Polarized
    yes
    Base Curve
    6
    Frame
    grilamid (nylon)
    Hinge
    5-barrel stainless steel
    Face Size
    large
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Misleading photo

      Disappointed. Don't be fooled by the photo, the tortoise pattern barely reads. Instead, the frames look mostly muddy brown. They must have backlit the photo because that's the only way you can get the frames to look like the photo... and when are they going to be backlit while on your face?

      Also, the frames, while injection-molded, are made of a harder, more rigid plastic and feel cheap and possibly brittle. The lenses may be polarized but I wouldn't pay $40 for these glasses, much less $160 suggested retail or $110 on sale.

      Last, they are made for a more narrow face than mine and pinch at the ears. These will be returned.