Maui Jim Presents ‘Moonbow’

Moonbow is a retro-style sunglass created for casual fashionistas 

Moonbow-Maui-Jim3This latest offering from Maui Jim, the leading polarized sunglass maker, is for discerning sunglass lovers who want to appear cool and stylish. It’s not just style; Moonbow also takes care of your health!

Its comes with SuperThin (ST) Glass –20% thinner and lighter than standard glass–provides the best optics. It is unmatchable in its clarity. What is more, it is scratch resistant. Make it your constant companion and see how the harsh summer sun stops bothering you.

Moonbow is available in five different colours frames –Tortoise with Navy Blue, White Tokyo with Gloss Black, Marsala with Tokyo Tortoise, Tortoise with Red and Pink with Pink Tokyo — Moonbow is a perfect pick for sunglass lovers who love want to present a chic look while retaining their retro style.

Moonbow-Maui-Jim2Fitted with a flexible spring hinge, this elegant pair promises all-day comfort.This acetate-frame pair of eye wears is super comfortable and guaranteed to enhance your feminine appeal. Its light weight makes it a perfect eye wear for day-long comfort during summer.

“Moonbow is designed for laid back personalities with an appreciation for fashion. With different color block schemes, adding an artistic look to a retro frame style, Moonbow is constructed with a flexible spring hinge for all day comfort.” says Mr. I Rahumathullah, Managing Director, Maui Jim India.

The frame shape complements round, oval or oblong face shapes. It best fits faces that are medium.

Moonbow-Maui-Jim-(2)Its 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 sexy bronze, neutral grey and Maui rose, it promises cool 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.


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