Louis Garneau Stream Eyewear

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The Louis Garneau Stream Optics are designed with a flexible material that withstands a wide range of temperatures and is impact-resistant. Rubber stems and bridge for comfort. Stems are ventilated to create a cool flowing of air to dry perspiration.

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