Ambit | Blue & Purple Gradient Polarised Aviator Sunglasses
- In stock – Shipping $8 - Free over $49
- Shipping $8 - Free over $49
- In stock
- Return within 365 days - no questions asked!
- Danish design
- 100% UVA/UVB protection
- Polarized, gradient lenses
- Gift box and storage pouch provided
Flying through life can be tough. The least we can do is keep the sun out of your eyes.
This pair of men’s sunglasses features a metallic blue frame with gradient lenses that are grey at the top to block more sunlight and light-blue at the bottom – 100% UV protection and polarized to keep those eyeballs of yours comfy and cared for.
Designed in Denmark. Storage pouch and gift box included.
Model, size, color perfect for a teenager.
It is really beautiful in color .... finding glasses for my husband is not easy but these are really perfect
The glasses are very beautiful and look very good quality! To be seen in time, but for now, very good value for money
Very good quality
These are not only beautiful sunglasses, but also sturdy and high-quality sunglasses! The polarized lenses work very well and the color difference in the lenses is a nice touch.
Nice bezel and great color. Good quality I am very satisfied. I recommend the purchase.
I decided to buy them despite the fact that, according to the measures shown, I thought they would be too big for me, but no! They fit me perfectly! I find them very pretty and, in principle, of good quality, I hope they will hold up well over time without spoiling. Very good value for money.
The sunglasses arrived with one of the lenses not in the frame. They were inside their own box but due to very poor packing they were free to move around with the otter ordered items. Waiting for a replacement as the style is very hood and fits my face.
Super nice sunglasses, bright environment filters the sun nicely. Unfortunately the glasses arrived with 1 glass, this is of course bad. It could of course also be the fault of the postal company, but glasses must be sturdy enough, unfortunately this was not the case.