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Caddis MUZZY Reading Glasses - Camo
Caddis MUZZY Reading Glasses - Camo
Caddis MUZZY Reading Glasses - Camo
Caddis MUZZY Reading Glasses - Camo
Caddis MUZZY Reading Glasses - Camo
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Caddis MUZZY Reading Glasses - Camo

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The Muzzy takes on some new angles where other angles feared to tread. It was time to dust off the protractor and get our obtuse, acute, and right-angle muscles back from the Cortizone shots received earlier this month. Muzzy is a bold sturdy frame that will sit on any face...wait...that didn't come out right.

  • Best-in-class frequency lenses. Technology is infused into the lens.  Not coated on.
  • Blocks 45% of harmful blue light at and surrounding, the most harmful wavelength (455 nm).  This is more than other brands.  Ask and you'll see.
  • Is in a nearly clear lens (which is hard to do).
  • Anti-reflective coating helps to mitigate reflections and glare.
  • Super hydro-phobic and oleo-phobic coating for anti-smudge.

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