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Do gucci sunglasses have uv protection ?

I know that Gucci sunglasses are luxuries and fashion accessories. But do they prevent UV rays if i wear it?
11/23/2012

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  • Trinity

    As you can see, Gucci is one of the most famous fashion brands in the world. It is founded in Florence, Italy, which is now making a wide range of products, including sunglasses for both genders. So, their sunglasses are very good, of generally speaking, their sunglasses have got UV protection and you can just try to buy their polarized sunglasses which could better resist harmful lights.
    11/23/2012
  • Makayla raphael

    As the luxuries and fashion accessories, the gucci sunglasses will prevent your eyes from the uv rays and other bad lights when you wear it. If you want to buy one, you could go to the online store to buy one. The price there is cheaper than those in the real stores. And the quality is just as good as those in the real stores.
    11/26/2012
  • chained_destiny

    Gucci sunglasses can prevent UV rays if you wear it. The shades of Gucci sunglasses are an epitome of genius Italian craftsmanship. Gucci Sunglasses are extremely functional in offering good protection to our eyes against harmful UV rays. The celebs also prefer Gucci sunglasses for protecting their eyes from the sun.
    11/26/2012
  • catherinecraven

    Protection against the sun comes in two forms: UV protection and limiting how much light the lens allows through to the eye. All Gucci sunglasses have full UVA and UVB protection, ensuring that your eyes have the best possible protection against the harsh light of day. If you choose to purchase a set of vintage Gucci sunglasses, do some research to see how much protection they offer against UV rays.Smaller frames and lenses may allow more light around the edges than large sunglasses do. oversized sunglasses also protect the delicate skin under and around your eyes from premature aging due to sun exposure.
    04/17/2015
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