Louis Garneau P-09 Lens

Louis Garneau P-09 Lens
Louis Garneau P-09 Lens
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P-09 Lens by Louis Garneau
Make sure you have maximum visibility in all racing conditions with Louis Garneau's P-09 replacement Lens. Compatible with the P-09 racing helmet, the lenses are easily interchangeable, so you won't lose time swapping one out for another in the event of unexpected clouds or sun before your next TT or tri.

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SKU: LGN009M
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