Suncloud Wisp


Features Polarized Injection Polycarbonate lenses
8 base lens curvature
Megol nose and/or temple pads on select styles
Grilamid frame material
Custom metal logo plaques
100% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays
Microfiber cleaning/storage bag

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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With a small but sweet frame, the SunCloud Wisp polarized sunglasses are full of active details to keep your eyes comfortable and protected throughout the day.


With a thin frame and a small fit, the Suncloud Women's Wisp Sunglasses take a sleeker approach to the design of sport sunglasses. Grilamid plastic makes these shades feel light over your ears, and soft, smooth megol nose pads offer just the right amount of grip and security over the bridge of your nose. When the summer sun really beats down, you'll fall in love with the glare-stopping power of the polarized lenses--a feature that few price-sensitive sunglasses have yet to offer. It's true, these sunglasses can't shoot rainbows or summon a magical Pegasus, but you can't hold that against them.


Designed for small faces, these sunglasses are a value-packed choice for the active user. Polarized polycarbonate lenses eliminate 99% of visible glare and are 20 times more impact resistant than glass, offering great eye protection as well as style at an affordable price. 100% protection from harmful UV rays. Grilamid lightweight nylon frames are extremely durable and provide consistent fit and flexibility. Hydrophilic Megol nose pads help keep sunglasses in place. Microfiber cleaning and storage bag included. Imported. Fit: Small

- L.L.Bean

Sleek and ready for fast pursuits, the Wisp Sunglasses from Suncloud are small in size but big in details. Megol nose pads keep these shades in place during the most active outdoor adventures, while the wrap shape ensures full coverage. Lightweight TR90 frames provide all day comfort and polarized polycarbonate lenses provide 100% protection against harmful UV rays.

- Mountain Gear