St. Clair Sunnies
Name after Lake St. Clair, a freshwater lake that lies between Michigan and the Canadian province of Ontario. St. Clair is part of the Great Lakes System and often referred to as the "6th great lake". Macomb county, bordering the lake on the Michigan side, is the highest level of boat ownership per capita in the United States.
These sunnies are a traditional shape, constructed from layered walnut wood and reinforced with aluminum. The temples include accent marks and are finished with spring-loaded hinges and laser engraved PN Loons. Available in two lens colors: brown and grey.
- Lens - UV 400, Polarized
- TAC lens coating
- Category 3 UV protection
- Color - Layered wood and aluminum
- Frame - Layered walnut with subtle aluminum reinforcement
- Temples - Layered walnut with subtle aluminum reinforcement
- Light weight
- Available in brown or grey lenses