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Gill redesigns floating sunglasses

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Atlanta-based Gill North America has redesigned its popular range of floatable sunglasses to offer additional technical features. Specifically designed for use on the water, they provide maximum UV protection with glare free polarized lenses.



A hydrophobic outer lens coating sheds water and reduces salt residue, while oleophobic technology is applied to the inside face, repelling fingerprints, sun lotion and skin oils.



The frames are made of a low density, tough and flexible material for maximum buoyancy.


For more information, visit www.gillna.com

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