Maui Jim Presents A Vintage Style Sunglass: Sunshine

Sunglass for high fashion women by Maui Jim

sunshine_wt2This latest offering from Maui Jim, the leading polarized sunglass maker, is for high fashion sunglass lovers who want to appear classy and stylish. It’s not just style; ‘Sunshine’ also takes care of the wearers health.

It comes with Super Thin (ST) Glass -20% thinner and lighter than standard glass. It is optically correct and provides distortion free lenses with unmatchable clarity. It is scratch resistant.

Sunshine is available in five different colours frames -Marsala with Tokyo Tortoise, White Tokyo with Gloss Black, Tortoise with Red, Pink with Pink Tokyo, and Tortoise with Navy Blue. Sunshine make for the perfect pick for with its vintage charm and beautifully unique twist on frame colouring.

Fitted with a saddle-style bridge and flexible spring hinge, this elegant pair promises all-day comfort. This acetate-frame pair of eyewear is super comfortable and guaranteed to enhance feminine appeal. It complements round, oval and heart face shapes. It best fits faces that are medium.

Maui Jim’s Sunshine model is specifically made for durability and longer wear time during any activity or occasion.

“Sunshine is designed for high fashion personalities who love to make a style statement with this comfortable eyewear. It has beautiful color schemes to compliment every skin tone. This vintage cat eye frame gives a classy and casual look,” says Mr. I Rahumathullah, Managing Director, Maui Jim India.

sunshine_pink2Its polarized plus2® lenses wipe out 99.9% of glare, manage 95% of HEV and block 100% of harmful UV. With its optically correct, distortion-free lenses in HCL Bronze, Neutral Grey, HCL Bronze, Maui Rose, HCL Bronze. It promises comfort with loads of elegance.

Proper UV protection is critical, as ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun plays a significant role in the development of skin cancer. About 86 percent of melanomas and 90 percent of non-melanoma skin cancers are associated with exposure to the sun’s UV rays.


Current Issues



South East Asia