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Top of the World Sunglasses

Changes from Ivory to Purple with Sunlight

$119.00

SKU: 60260TTW

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Changes Color

Product Information

  • Lifetime Guarantee against loss, theft or damage (code on packaging)
  • Brown Polarized Pro™ lenses to block glare
  • 100% UVA/UVB protection
  • Premium Acetate, granite style frames
  • Made from earth-friendly renewable materials, derived from tree pulp and natural cotton fibers
  • Hypoallergenic, natural feel
  • In-style brow bar
  • Etched logo on lens
  • Comes with hard and soft case to protect sunglasses everywhere you go
  • These will be your favorite and last pair of sunglasses you own. Top of the World’s design and color are fashion-forward, changing from ivory to blue with sun exposure. Step outside wearing these lightweight shades and wow everyone with the color-changing frames. These Polarized Pro™ sunglasses shield the sun’s harmful rays, providing 100% UVA/UVB protection. Don’t worry if they get damaged or lost by accident or theft. Our Lifetime Replacement Guarantee always has you covered.

Experience Del Sol Color Change

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Much like a flower that blooms when exposed to sunlight, Del Sol's products change colors in the sun using their proprietary Spectrachrome® technology.

Spectrachrome® molecules in the products shift to colors visible to the human eye when exposed to UV sunlight.

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Del Sol's Spectrachrome® formula for color change was developed from a concept originally researched by NASA for use in space.