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Stanley
$2.49

Find Leveling and Measuring Tools at Target.com! Polymer coated blade withstands abrasion. Durable key ring makes it easy to take ...anywhere. Convenient and lightweight. Color: Chrome. read more

Outlook Eyewear
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Rectangle Sunglasses with Metal Detail - Tortoise Size: Medium. Color: Brown. Gender: Female. ...Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Tortoise print. read more

Icon
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Aviator Sunglasses- Rose Gold Size: One size. Color: Gold/Pink. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adu...lt. Pattern: Solid. read more

Xhilaration
$14.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Protect your eyes and your look with Xhilaration Large Sunglasses. These women's sunglasses have a cla...ssic shape with half frames in sharp black. The black sunglasses also have silicone nose pads for comfort and a good fit. Their durable lenses are scratch resistant and offer UV protection for your eyes. Best of all, you can wear these big sunglasses with just about anything. Size: Large. Color: Black. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Fantas-Eyes, Inc.
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Round Retro Sunglasses- Tort Size: One size. Color: Brown. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. P...attern: Printed. read more

Sylvia Alexander
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Sylvia Alexander Browbar Aviator Style Sunglasses - Tortoise Size: One size. Color: Tortoise. ...Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Outlook Eyewear
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Oval Sunglasses - Tan Color: Tan. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid.

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Ballet. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$89.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$89.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Stripe. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Bark. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Pink Pewter
$24.99

Find Hair Styling Accessories and Tools at Target.com! These Women's Gold Beaded Hair Jewels by Pink Pewter come in a pack with fi...ve jewels. Included is one larger jewel with four smaller accent jewels. Each set is hand beaded with a bandless, clipless, self securing velcro design. Style the jewels in a chic updo or in a casual braid, either way it's as easy as - Push.Twist.Done! Color: Gold. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Shapes. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Stripe. read more

$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Oval Sunglasses - Black Size: One size. Color: Black. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid.... read more

$14.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Round Sunglasses Plastic - Brown Size: One size. Color: Brown. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Patte...rn: Tortoise print. read more

$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Square Sunglasses- Gold Size: One size. Color: Gold. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern...: Solid. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Rosewood. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Stripe. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Bark. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$89.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Plum Wine. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Pink Pewter
$24.99

Find Hair Styling Accessories and Tools at Target.com! These Women's Silver Beaded Hair Jewels by Pink Pewter come in a pack with ...nine small accent jewels. Each set is hand beaded with a bandless, clipless, self securing velcro design. Style the jewels in a chic updo or in a casual braid, either way it's as easy as - Push.Twist.Done! Size: Small. Color: Silver. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Shapes. read more

Earth
$79.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Dark Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Fantas-Eyes, Inc.
$12.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Surfrider Sunglasses - Tortoise Size: One size. Color: Caramel. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adu...lt. Pattern: Tortoise print. read more

Belgo Lux
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Belgo Lux Aviator Sunglasses - Black Size: One size. Color: Black. Gender: Female. Age Group: ...Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Pink Pewter
$45.00

Find Hair Styling Accessories and Tools at Target.com! This Women's Alyx Bridal/Special Occasion Headband by Pink Pewter is design...ed with a wave-like line that is hand beaded with rhinestones, iridescent beads, and trimmed with seed beads. She is backed by a non-slip and no-tangle black velvet. Color: Silver. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Chevron. Material: Velvet. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Dark Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Bark. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Xhilaration
$14.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Chic and fashionable, these oversized sunglasses from Xhilaration have a black plastic frame with gray... vented lens. The lens are scratch resistant and made of polycarbonate to help protect against UV rays. The Xhilaration women's sunglasses have a hinged temple, so they fit comfortably. Size: One size. Color: Black. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Outlook Eyewear
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Rectangle Sunglasses - Brown Color: Brown. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid.

$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Surfer Shade Sunglasses Plastic - Gray Size: One size. Color: Gray. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. ...Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$89.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Mahogany. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Pink Pewter
$42.00

Find Hair Styling Accessories and Tools at Target.com! This Women's Clarissa Bridal/Special Occasion Headband by Pink Pewter is de...signed with pearls that creates an alternating pattern both circular and oval shaped encased with silver rhinestones. She is finished with gold seed beads around the outer edge and is backed by a non-slip and no-tangle black velvet. Color: Pearl. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Shapes. Material: Velvet. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Deep Orange. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Belgo Lux
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Belgo Lux Aviator Sunglasses - Tortoise Size: One size. Color: Tortoise. Gender: Female. Age G...roup: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Outlook Eyewear
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Small Round Retro Sunglasses - Tortoise Size: Small. Color: Brown. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. P...attern: Tortoise print. read more

Fantas-Eyes, Inc.
$16.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Aviator Sunglasses - Gold with Mint Accents Size: One size. Color: Light Silver. Gender: Femal...e. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Bark. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Fantas-Eyes, Inc.
$14.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Women's Cat Eye Sunglasses - Black Tortoise Size: One size. Color: Black. Gender: Female. Age Group: A...dult. Pattern: Animal Print. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Stripe. read more

Earth
$89.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Plum Wine. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Pattern: Solid. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Khaki. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Red Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Earth
$99.99

Find Eyewear at Target.com! Buying sunglasses combines style and safety. Shopping for sunglasses can be an enjoyable experience; h...owever the selection can be very confusing. Will a $300 pair of sunglasses be better than a $10 pair from the flea market? What type of lens represents lasting quality? How will the sunglasses protect you and present yourself to the world? Earth wood sunglasses must offer more than a fashion look. Below we have listed the important questions to ask when buying nonprescription sunglasses. First, does the cost of the sunglasses represent the quality of sunglasses? No! Many companies have expensive advertising budgets to convince the consumer the value of their product. Regarding quality, there are 4 main factors. 1. Sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Ultraviolet (UV) light damages the cornea and the retina. Earth wood sunglasses eliminate 100 percent of the UV rays. 2. Sunglasses provide protection from the sunlight. When too much light hits the eye, it naturally closes the iris. Once the iris closes you will start to squint. Too much light, as there can be when sunlight is reflecting off of snow, the result is damage to the retina. We do not suggest wearing Earth wood sunglasses when snow skiing; as specialty lens are needed. However Earth wood sunglasses will protect your eyes from excessive sun in normal situations. 3. Sunglasses provide protection from glare. Select surfaces can reflect a great deal of light, and the bright spots can be distracting or can hide objects. Earth wood sunglasses can completely eliminate this type of glare as all Earth wood sunglasses use polarization. 4. Sunglasses can remove specific frequencies of light. Some light can blur vision, and others can enhance contrast. Selecting the correct color shade allows your sunglasses to work better in specific situations. Earth wood sunglasses are shaded dark enough to remove the majority of the frequencies of light. Polarization is a common phase when buying sunglasses. Many sunglass brands claim polarization however they fail to meet the definition. Polarization can be tested. Find a reflective surface, and hold the glasses so that you are viewing the surface through one of the lenses. Slowly rotate the glasses to a 90-degree angle, and the glare will diminish. All Earth wood sunglasses provide full polarization. Scratch-resistant is not scratch proof. All sunglasses can become scratched however Earth wood sunglasses via the 100 percent UV protection offers increased protection. When the glasses are not being used, please place sunglasses in a soft protective pouch. All Earth wood sunglasses come with a protective cloth pouch to act as a cleaning cloth and protector of the lens. Size: One size. Color: Dark Oak. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

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