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The Lahainaluna lets you see the fish in action

The Polarized Plus 2 technology in the Maui Jim Polarized Lahainaluna Sunglasses lets you see that devil-of-a-trout you missed the last time you went fly-fishing without these glasses. Maui Jim also made these lightweight shades with SuperThin glass, which boosts colors and combats glare .
  • PolarizedPlus 2 technology blocks glare and UV from all angles, so you can see when a trout gulps your fly
  • Scratch-resistant SuperThin glass boosts colors and is 20 percent lighter and thinner than conventional glass
  • A lightweight, noncorrosive stainless steel frame provides slim style
  • A spring hinge gently hugs your head without squeezing too tightly
  • Adjustable nose pads offer a custom fit
  • Lens treatments and frames are saltwater safe , so you don’t have to worry when a wave splashes you

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lahainaluna

this is a real amazing product, the lenses are just amazing and it actually
"makes" every color more vivid and saturate in a way that I've never seen before with any
type of polarized eyeware. the built quality is superb, and i really like the style.
it has only one problem for me- it was a bit heavy on my nose(glass lenses), and after a whole day
driving with them ,i decided to send them back (almost couldn't let them go) because
i think that in this price range the sunglasses should be 10/10.
i got the maui jim guardrails from backcountry , and they are much lighter (plastic lenses) but
in my opinion the image quality with the glass lenses is much superior. i guess nothing is perfect...