SharkLids Blaze sunglasses

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Thursday, December 6, 2007


ThereÌs no cooler fashion statement than sunglasses with your uniform, which explains why so manyEMS personnel have had their expensive designer sunglasses stolenÛnot to mention lost, driven over, stepped on, folded in half, spindled or mutilated during their shift. And thereÌs nothing worse than reaching for your spare pair in your gear bag and finding them in pieces when you finally need them. To keep your hip together, carry SharkLids Blaze sunglassesÛpatented, self-adhesive,disposable eyewear that use high-grade, optically clear, tinted films that are 99% UV absorbing. These thin, lightweight sunglasses attach to yourtemples with a medical-grade, FDA-approved adhesive that holds up during heavy perspiration. Now you can easily keep a back-up pair in your gear bag, glove box and even yourback pocket without fear of breakage.

VITALS

Size: One size fits all

Color: Gold

Cost: 5 for $7.50

www.sharklids.com

877/238-4700




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