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Unfortunately Typhoon Chesapeake Bifocal Rx Sunglasses is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
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Typhoon Chesapeake Bifocal Rx Sunglasses Product Info
Typhoon Chesapeake Bifocal Rx Sunglasses are a smart, sophisticated pair of bifocal sunglasses that will look great on your face and look quite attractive to your wallet. Equipped with thin, ergonomic frames, these Typhoon Prescription Sunglasses feature custom-made lenses ground to your prescription requirements, set in an impact-resistant and highly durable frame. The durable Typhoon Chesapeake Bifocal Sunglasses will keep your vision consistently clear. Harness the graceful beauty of the Chesapeake Bay with the Typhoon Optics Chesapeake Bifocal\s.
The Typhoon Chesapeake Bifocal Sunglasses come ready to wear right out of the box, with bifocal prescription lenses custom-made to your doctor's prescription. The bifocal lenses feature two corrective fields, with the upper area of each lens made for long-distance viewing, and the lower segment designed for reading and other close-in viewing.