Northwave Fly Eyewear

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Product Description

Fly was designed for thinner faces, to guarantee greater protection and the optimum technical peculiarities that distinguish the entire Northwave Sunglasses line. Its shape was The ultralight Bizzy model stands out owing to its sporty and aerodynamic shape. Suited to all cyclists looking for a minimalist design and absolute comfort. studied to ensure maximum protection for whoever does not like large lenses or sunglasses, or whoever is looking for calibrated protection on the surface of the eye cavity.

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