Tifosi Jet Eyewear

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An open lens design and streamline shape make the Tifosi Jet Sunglasses ideal for runners, bikers, or endurance athletes who need a tough, simple set of performance shades. Anti-slip nose and temple pads lock these sunglasses to your face so they can't slide around, and the 26-gram weight makes them hardly noticeable on your nose and ears. Get some reliable protection for your eyes without draining your wallet down to the seams.

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