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Dreamboat Wayfarer Multifocal Reading Sunglasses

Original price $21.95 - Original price $21.95
Original price
$21.95
$21.95 - $21.95
Current price $21.95
Power: +1.00
Color: Black

Dreamboat. Multifocal Progressive Sunglass Lenses

     Perfect for any situation. Even a day out on the water. These lenses become progressively stronger towards the bottom of the lenses.

     Look out of the bottom to set your lure, than look out the middle to smile at your friend as you show off your cast. Then look out the top of the lenses to see the big one you've just reeled in. 

Features

  • Multifocal Lenses
  • Gradient Tint
  • 100% UVA & UVB

Comes in 2 Colors

  • Black Frame, Smoke lenses
  • Black With Some Tortoise Frame, Smoke Lenses
  • Tortoise Frame, Smoke Lenses

Measurements

Frame Width:  136mm
Frame Height: 45mm
Temple Length:  147mm
Bridge Width:  15mm 
Weight: 1.2oz / 34 grams

*Progressive lenses, also referred to as multifocal lenses, progressive addition lenses, varifocal lenses, progressive power lenses, graduated prescription lenses

Customer Reviews

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Kevin Bailey
Exactly what I wanted

This great looking sunglass model was exactly what I was looking for. They are a little larger than a standard Ray Ban Wayfarer model, plus they are a fraction of the price. Also the progressive lenses is perfect for seeing distance and then reading emails/texts on my phone. I should have ordered a few of them.

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David Furtado
Excellent Value and Product

I have purchased several pairs of multi-focus readers from Troysreaders.com. I am very satisfied with service and the product. I have recommended them to a few of my friends.

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Lysh
Decent for the price

Would rather purchase glasses with a little more high-end features. Also, as is the case with all progressives, I generally feel the reading area should be larger. I’m sure there’s a reason why it’s not but I find it hard to focus and that doesn’t change with practice, as has been suggested to me in the past.