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Giro Semi Eyewear

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Giro Semi Sunglasses. Versatile style meets focused performance. The Semi is designed for riders who want one great sunglasses for riding, as well as life beyond the bike. The sleek half-entrapped frame design is light weight and doesn't compromise the vi

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