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Shield your eyes from that freakin' bright ball of gas in the sky.

Protect the eyes your momma' gave you thanks to the Electric Knoxville Sunglasses with polarized lenses. Tough polycarbonate lenses rock a polarized coating that virtually eliminates glare from shiny surfaces and water so you don't have to squint like you just smelled your roomy's gym shoes. Plus these lightweight, squarish-style frames look fly as hell when you slide into the local mini-mart.

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Write your question here...I wonder if...

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Write your question here...I wonder if this sunglasses has UV protection I know they're polarized but it doesn't says it has UV protection or protect you eyes full!
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So I got what some would call a 'big head'....

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So I got what some would call a 'big head'. I have the EC/DC XL shades (the regular EC/DC look small on my head. My GF has RayBan wayfarers & they look pretty small on my head. Just wondering what the mm of these sunglasses are compared to RayBans wayfarer 54mm?

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Hey,

Temple Length: 129 mm
Frame Width: 140 mm
Weight: 1 oz
Lens Height: 43 mm
Lens Width: 54 mm
Bridge: 11 mm

I had some oakley jupiters and was just...

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I had some oakley jupiters and was just wondering if these glasses are a comparable size?

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Jupiters are just a hair bigger, though because the Knoxville is grilamid instead of acetate, some say they flex a little better.

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i actually feel like knoxvilles are bigger. I own jupiters, and have tried on several pairs of knoxvilles, and the frames are a bit wider, don't hug my head so tight, and the lenses are wider and larger.