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KNOCKAROUND PREMIUMS: PREMIUM STYLE, LAID-BACK PRICE POINT
We know what you’re thinking: How can you call a pair of under-$30 shades Premiums? Once you take a gander at the specs on these specks, you’ll see exactly why they’ve earned their high-brow name. Knockaround Premiums sunglasses are a progressive update to our Knockaround Classics, the frame style that put us on the map! But these unisex sunglasses come with a contemporary upgrade—think of ‘em like a fresh take on an old classic—and feature a slightly wider, more accommodating fit than their predecessors. And, like all our sunglasses, these durable frames are fitted with high-quality lenses in a ton of different colors.
What’s so great about these contemporary sunglasses? Every pair is fitted with FDA-approved, impact resistant lenses, so they’re the perfect companion for all your adventures. Plus, just like all our shades, Premiums come with UV400 protective lenses to protect your eyes, and most color combos can be ordered with polarized lenses for extra glare reduction. For your comfort, each pair is finished with refined arms and form-fitting frames that won’t get in your way no matter how much adrenaline is pumping.
The Perfect Pair of Everyday Shades
We often tout our Premiums—and any other pair of Knocks, for that matter—as shades for adventurers, explorers, and those who don’t mind pushing triple-digit speeds. But the truth is, these Premiums are affordable and versatile enough to become your new go-to, everyday sunglasses. And with the many color combinations available, there’s a pair of Premiums for any occasion and mood. So, get at it and browse through our many unique frame and lens colorways or build your own Custom Premiums in our CUSTOM Shop (starting at $35). And remember, shipping is on us when you spend $40 or more.
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