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Juliet

$30.95

Juliet Polarized women's sunglasses from Foster Grant not only have that classic movie star vibe, they are also stars when it comes to visual performance. Their polarized lenses reduce reflected glare, enabling enhanced contrast, depth and color perception as well as reducing eye fatigue from long exposure to glare. So whether you are on the water, on the snow, or maybe behind the wheel, these polarized sunglasses have you covered. Their demi-pattern coloration and wrap body style create a fashionable look for just about any situation and great, secure fit. In addition, you get 100% UVA/UVB protection, and super resistance to scratches and impacts. Enjoy form, function and style.

  • Women's Juliet Polarized sunglasses from Foster Grant
  • 100% UVA/UVB protection
  • Scratch and impact resistant brown colored lenses
  • Demi pattern wrap-around plastic frame and temples
More Information
Product Name Juliet
SKU 10236139.RSF
Brand Foster Grant
Frame Color Tortoise
Lens Color Brown
Blue Light Helps Block Blue Light*
Shape Rectangle
Style Full Frame
Material Plastic
Gender Women's
Features 100% UVA-UVB Lens Protection, Polarized, Scratch Resistant
Lens Width (mm) 57
Bridge Size (mm) 16
Temple Length (mm) 122
Frame Measurements

From May 20, 2020 through May 31, 2022, FGX Direct LLC will donate a pair of reading glasses for every pair of eyewear purchased on FosterGrant.com to RestoringVision, the world’s largest nonprofit provider of reading glasses to people in need living in disadvantaged communities around the world. Donated product may differ from purchased product. Not currently available to customers living in Alabama, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Mississippi, or South Carolina, or outside the United States. For more information, visit RestoringVision.org or FosterGrant.com/specs-for-specs.

*Harmful blue light refers to the 415-455 nanometer range of the visible light spectrum. Lenses with uniform tint block approximately 70%-96% of harmful blue light. The percentage represents the average amount of harmful blue light blocked at 5 nanometer increments in 415-455 nanometer range.