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Guideline Eyewear Hefe Overview

Overview The Guideline Eyewear Hefe is an addition to the Lifestyle Performance Collection. The collection focuses on high-quality performance sunglasses that make design and style a priority. These sunglasses were made for functionality built with personality.

What Makes It Unique The Guideline Eyewear Hefe is made with a sleek alloy frame and has a cool design with bamboo temples. The sunglasses come in two different styles: black frame with a brown bamboo styling and a silver frame with a blue bamboo styling. Both include grey lenses.

Manufacturer: Guideline Eyewear

Product Name: Hefe


Guideline Hefe
Guideline Eyewear Hefe
Guideline Hefe
Guideline Eyewear Hefe

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