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Polarized SP100 Sunglasses
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Polarized SP100A Sunglasses
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Polarized SP100B Sunglasses
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Polarized SP105B Sunglasses
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Polarized S93 Sunglasses
Polarized S93 Sunglasses
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Polarized S93A Sunglasses
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Polarized 7973 Sunglasses
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Polarized 7973A Sunglasses
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Polarized 7973C Sunglasses
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Metal frames are often used in sunglasses especially the luxurious types. They are rigid and hence the hinges are loaded with springs for better grip. The delicate parts such as the end of the arms and the nose bridges are lined with rubber to improve the hold and prevent wear and tear. The arms can be curled to form wraps or just straight hooks to form ear stems.

There are 3 forms of metal frames that hold the sunglasses in place. The full frame is usually a thin wire that goes all around the lens. Half frames line only the upper part of the frame and are usually seen in Gaytor and wrap-around models. Rimless glasses have metal arms that are attached to the lens directly.

Metal Sunglasses are often found in the Aviator and the Oversized models.

e2eopticians.com has a large collection of Metal sunglasses to choose from.