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Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Person wearing black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces with a loon on it.
Serpent Sunnies
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Person wearing black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces with a loon on it.
Serpent Sunnies
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Person wearing black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces.
Black framed sunglasses with wood temple pieces with a loon on it.

Serpent Sunnies

$32.39
$35.99

Named after Serpent Lake, a 1,103 acre freshwater lake located near Minnesota's Iron Range. This region provides endless access to outdoor recreation - mountain biking, fishing, paddling, and more. Shaped like a serpent (or does a mythical sea serpent lurk beneath?), Serpent Lake is an angler's paradise and ideal gateway to the Iron Range. 

These are a variation of Paddle North's original sun glasses, the Waconia's. The addition of a full frontal lens adds extra shine. A classic wayfarer style, these sunnies work for just about anyone. Laser engraved with the PN Loon on each of the authentic Bubinga wood temples. Finished with a flex-spring connection for durability and comfort. 

FEATURES

  • Lens - UV 400, Polarized 
  • Category 3 UV protection
  • TAC lens coating
  • Color - Black Lens | Natural wood siding
  • Frame - Plastic
  • Temples - Bubinga wood
  • Light weight
  • Anti-glare
  • Anti-scratch
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