Can I get custom replacement lenses for my existing frame?

Yes, all of our sunglasses can get wet. When this does happen, we do recommend practicing these steps if your sunglasses came in contact either of these types of water to ensure they remain in the best possible condition:

Hard Water - “Hard” water contains high levels of dissolved minerals, especially calcium and magnesium. It is“softened” by the addition of sodium during the filtering process. Everyday examples include pool water, and unfiltered water, such as sprinkler water. “Hard” water can be a nuisance to sunglass-wearers, as it leaves white spots on lenses after drying. To avoid spotting, simply rinse any sunglass or eyeglass with filtered (tap) water, and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Salt Water - All Maui Jim Sunglasses are Saltwater Safe and corrosion resistant. As with “hard” water, we suggest you rinse off any sunglass or eyeglass with filtered (tap) water, and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

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