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Nalani Sunglasses - Polarized - Women's

Maui Jim Nalani Sunglasses - Polarized - Women's

$279.00

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Kula Sunglasses - Polarized

Maui Jim Kula Sunglasses - Polarized

$299.00

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Radarlock Edge Sunglasses - Polarized - Women's

Oakley Radarlock Edge Sunglasses - Polarized - Women's

$300.00

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Maile Sunglasses - Polarized - Women's

Maui Jim Maile Sunglasses - Polarized - Women's

$279.00

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Ailana Sunglasses - Women's - Polarized

Maui Jim Ailana Sunglasses - Women's - Polarized

$299.00

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Collected Sunglasses - Women's - Polarized

Oakley Collected Sunglasses - Women's - Polarized

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Distress Sunglasses - Women's - Polarized

Oakley Distress Sunglasses - Women's - Polarized

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What's Different About Women's Sunglasses?
Just for the Ladies

It’s not just the amped-up style that sets women’s sunglasses apart. Women generally have smaller faces than men, so women's sunglasses have more petite frames to ensure a good fit, with narrower bridges and shorter arms. But despite these smaller dimensions, women’s sunglasses go big with oversized lenses and attention-grabbing style.

Size
Apart from size, the other main difference between men's and women's sunglasses is obviously the design. In general, women's sunglasses tend to have more rounded shapes, curvier designs, and feminine touches. Glamorous oversized lenses and wider arms are also popular. Shop Women’s Small Sunglasses Shop Women’s Medium Sunglasses Shop Women’s Large Sunglasses
Polarized & Photochromic
High-tech polarized lenses reduce glare from reflective surfaces such as water and snow to improve definition and reduce eye fatigue. Even more advanced photochromic lenses change tint in response to changing light conditions, so your sunglasses are always just as dark as you need them to be. Shop Women’s Polarized Sunglasses Shop Women’s Photochromic Sunglasses
Interchangeable
Some sunglasses have interchangeable lenses, meaning you can replace lenses for those of a different tint when lighting conditions change, when you’ve damaged a lens, or when you feel like switching up your look a little. Most styles come with a second set of lenses to give you a couple of options right out of the box. Shop Women’s Interchangeable Sunglasses