Optic Nerve Ecovaughn

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Ecovaughn Sunglasses from Optic Nerve help you fully enjoy the outdoors with lightweight comfort, long-lasting durability, precision optics, and polarized performance to reduce glare.. . . Fits medium to larger face shapes. Precision optics with 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB/UVC rays. Shiny Driftwood Red frame with polarized Gray lenses for most bright sun conditions with 15% VLT (Visible Light Transmission). Gray lenses provide accurate color definition; they do not incorporate definition or contrast properties. Polarized lenses eliminate reflected glare assuring everything appears brighter and sharper with more realistic color-great for activities on or around water. Injection polycarbonate lenses offer durability, clarity, and high impact resistance. Durable, resilient TR90 Grilamid nylon frame with ensures a snug, comfortable, and secure fit. Meet CE Cat 3 Standards for optical clarity, UV protection, and impact resistance. Meet ANZI Z80.3 standards. Rx: prescription ready

- EMS

Protect your eyes from harm with the Ecovaughn Sunglasses from Optic Nerve. Polarized lenses give you complete UV spectrum protection and cut down 99.9% of reflected light so you don't get glare from smooth surfaces. Large frames provide excellent coverage making these glasses quite versatile. Fits medium to large faces.

- Mountain Gear

Optic Nerve Ecovaughn

Discontinued

The Ecovaughn has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.98 - $49.00

The Optic Nerve Ecovaughn is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 27, 2015 at EMS.

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