Bliz Sprint Sunglasses

Bliz Sprint Sunglasses
Bliz Sprint Sunglasses
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Sprint Sunglasses by Bliz
When you participated in your first triathlon you were lucky to have remembered the bare minimum--like your swim suit, or even your bike--but now you're a seasoned pro with a whole list of triathlon essentials--like the Bliz Sprint Sunglasses. Designed with a lightweight, aerodynamic frame, the Sprint Sunglasses feel comfortable on your face as you speed up and down hills on your bike and sprint across the finish line after a long run. The durable lens shields your eyes from harmful UV rays and offers a distortion-free view so you can relax and focus on maintaining your pace throughout the race. An adjustable nose pad and temple pads provide a customizable fit that won't slip as you put in the effort to finish with a personal record. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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