Electric Captain Ahab Sunglasses

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Put on the Electric Captain Ahab Sunglasses and get ready to charge with style as large and in charge as a big ol' whale with a migraine.

Fabric:

  • Nylon grilamid frame is durable, light, and features 6-base curvature—a good wrap for sport and casual use alike

Fit:

  • Five-barrel stainless steel hinge stands up to abuse and provides a secure fit

Frame:

  • 8-Base grilamid frames are the modern standard in frames, engineered against breakage while allowing maximum flexibility.
  • The Captain Ahab is legendary surfer Mark Healey's signature frame

Manufactured:

  • Made in Italy

Features:

  • 8-Base polycarbonate lenses will never shatter and protect against the elements.
  • Offers 100% protection from harmful UV rays—your eyes will thank you
  • Electric Visual provides skate and surf eyewear that goes beyond all expectations - crafted for athletes that demand durable products.
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The Electric Visual Big Beat Sunglasses introduce oversized lenses into an extended-wrap design, creating a uniquely shaped comfortable accessory that is lightweight and has plenty of luxury appeal. These shades were designed to imitate a custom fit, utilizing wide temples that taper down for a snug grip in all the right places and a quality stainless steel hinge to keep everything close to your face.

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These look really cool! I picked them up in the Onyx color unfortunately they were just too big for my face. They were really sick though.

Nathan Maus at Backcountry.com on 05/18/2012