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For intense sports activities and active lifestyles, Maui Jim Polycarbonate lenses are optically correct to ensure crisp optics. They're lightweight, comfortable, and extremely impact resistant.
CLEARSHELL® Scratch Coating.
All Maui Jim Sunglasses block glare and UV from all angles, manage blue light, and then boost colors for unmatched color, clarity, and contrast.
Flexible, bendable and lightweight. The ultimate in durability.
Rubber Nose Grips
Resist the will of gravity and keep your glasses in place.
Lens treatments and frames are saltwater safe.
- *Companion case included with each frame.
- *Micro-fiber cleaning cloth included with each order.
- *Note: Not available for sale outside USA.
Sizing and Details
|Frame Width||140mm - 5 1/2 in|
|Nose Bridge||15mm - 5/8 in|
|Temple Arm||130mm - 5 1/8 in|
|Horizontal Lens||64mm - 2 1/2 in|
|Vertical Lens||39mm - 1 9/16 in|
74 Product Reviews
Simply the best for athletics / cycling
Maui Jim are renowned for their lenses - clearest sunglasses around. The Ho'okipa Bifocal are ideal for cycling: the shape keeps wind out of my eyes at any speed; the bifocals allow me to read my bike computer at a glance.
Did I mention that they're lightweight? Not that it matters, but when you're riding for long periods (> 4 hours), you don't want glasses to be an irritant. With these, you forget you're wearing them.
Joe Longo Location: Saratoga, CA December 22, 2016
great combo sungalss with readers
This is my 2nd pair. Lost the first pair after a year or so of constant use while traveling. First thig I did was order a replacement. Couldn;t live without them (on sunny days)
Jonas Littman Location: Greenwich, CT November 17, 2016
Just What I Was 'Looking' For
I have been a Maui Jim customer for many years and wear my Typhoon sunglasses almost daily. However, with my aging eyes I've been having to rely more and more on readers for up close things. This includes being able to see my GPS watch when I go running. So I recently went to the internet for sunglasses with readers and first purchased an off brand, because I didn't realize that Maui Jim offers a bifocal sunglass. The off brand I got has too large a bifocal area and it's almost impossible to run in. Then!...I saw the Maui Jim Ho'okipa with bifocal and ordered 2 pair. One in the darker grey lens and one in the newer greenish lens. Wow, these are the perfect bifocal sunglass because the bifocal area is small and down far enough to be out of the way for normal walking, running, driving, etc. Love them and they are very light and comfortable.
Mike Gardner Location: Utah September 30, 2016
Enjoying My Glasses
These work well. They don't seem to have the same focal point as my prescription bifocal glasses but they work
Edward Robinson Location: Friendswood, TX July 15, 2016
Maui Jim sunreaders
This is the third pair of sunreaders I have purchased, great sunglasses. Dealing with Readingglasses.come was hassle free. Would buy from them again...
David Ault Location: Bradenton, FL July 13, 2016
Maui Jim Ho'okipa Bifocal Sun Reader
Great looking and comfortable to wear. Light weight and easy to wear for long period of time. Bifocal is a little low and there is some minor distance vision distortion, probably resulting from the curvature of the lenses.
K Lamar Thomas Location: Chattanooga, TN July 03, 2016
maui jim ho,okipa nice but alike full readen
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santos ramirez Location: beltsville June 25, 2016
Always get the best for Maui Jim and these are no exception. Clear and well fitting and the Bifocal is exactly what I needed. I do see the concern of others that the Bifocal is too low but I would not want it any higher. Higher would interfere with normal outdoor activities.
Todd Newman Location: Mansfield, GA May 13, 2016
Plenty of mag area. Usual great Maui Jim lens. Great fit
Ray Howard Location: West Monroe, LA May 11, 2016
The bifocal is small. Have to get use to it. When driving you have to lift your head up to see the dash or the navigation. the bifocal should be larger.
John Migliaro Location: Myrtle Beach, SC November 18, 2015