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Peahi Polarized Sunglasses
For days spent between the water and the beach, these sunglasses eliminate glare and give you a crystal clear view of the approaching waves. Maui Jim's SuperThin glass lenses are 20 percent thinner and lighter than traditional glass lenses, and the cellulose-based frames are lightweight and hypoallergenic.
- Stylish sunglasses for long days spent adventuring by the water
- Polarized technology reduces glare from shimmering seas
- SuperThin glass lenses provide crisp optical clarity
- Scratch-resistant construction keeps them safe in packs and pockets
- Lightweight frames ensure a comfortable all-day wear
- Item #MAU0084
- SuperThin glass
- cellulose propionate
- nickel silver alloy
- Case Included
- tri-fold case
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
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What do you think about this product?
July 26, 2015
My favorite sun glasses
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
I bought the Peahi Sunglasses on the Maui Jim reputation. I have owned other glasses that just aren't in the same league. I was looking for a good Amber type lense, and like the yellow hue. Not since wearing Vaurnets have I had a pair of glasses that protect from glare, provide clarity and protection while enhancing whatever it is you may be looking at while wearing them. Whether it's ocean, mountains or desert, I feel great wearing these glasses. They are large, and block out all light pretty much. Light weight and great optics what more could you ask for.
August 16, 2013
Maui Jim Peahi Sunglasses - Polarized
April 29, 2013
I bought these to combat migraines in the mountains.....However, they are VERY WIDE and VERY HEAVY!!!! I have a pretty big head, but these were just a touch too big. Also, they sit close to the face and fog up easily. If you have a larger head and face but your cheeks aren't too big, these are for you!
June 12, 2012
Very Good Polarized Option
The Maui Jim brand name carries with it the fact that the optics, especially in water use, are unparalleled. That remains that case here with the Peahi where the underwater visuals where crystal. The weight was definitely one of the lightest I have tried as well along with having a comfy frame feel. The only downside is the same one I had been finding in a few sunglasses with this frame design, the lens height. Those less concerned with sun coverage, then ignore this. But, the height of the lens I felt needed a bit more for coverage purposes. For those with shorter eye sizes, welcome to optical heaven.
May 19, 2011
Really take out glare better than other sun glasses I've owned. They also really bring out colors. Easy to look through all day. I've heard these lens are the best in the industry, I got these to prevent migraines, worked so far.
January 29, 2012
Which color of frames did you get? I get severe migraines due to the sun and need to get a pair? Would you recommend these?
May 28, 2009
These are ideal sunglasses in many ways. They have been good for driving, biking, hiking, skating, baseball, all in very sunny weather. The coatings are durable and the lenses dark, some of the darkest on the market. The waterproof coating has been useful. The form of the lenses and frames particularly help to cover the entire field of view, particularly well at the periphery, where many other sunglasses fail. The only drawback is that these frames are glossy, so the central part of the frame provides a significant amount of stray light. That is, when I look to the side, I see a lot of scattered light with my outside eye. That's just poor frame design--these should be available with a matte finish. Otherwise, the frames are rigid and seem durable. They frames are somewhat large for my face, so I might consider a smaller frame, even if it sacrifices coverage at the periphery.
January 20, 2010
Which are bigger Maui Jim Peahi or the...
Which are bigger Maui Jim Peahi or the Maui Jim Canoes?
January 29, 2010
The Maui Jim Peahi is slightly bigger than the Canoes. Also, the Peahi has glass lenses, while the Canoes is Evolution. Both are polarized though. I wear the Peahi and love it!
July 26, 2008
Will this pair be good for running and...
Will this pair be good for running and cycling ?
December 9, 2008
They wouldn't be too bad. In fact they'd be great. They're a little heavier with glass lenses but they'd work great.