Eyeglass cord: grey faux suede cord with glass beads; glasses chain, sunglasses strap


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Eyeglass cord: grey faux suede cord with glass beads; glasses chain, sunglasses strap

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faux suede leather, glass

This stylish eyeglass cord holds your glasses around your neck when you don't need them on your face. No more losing your (sun)glasses when you take them off, no more dropping your glasses when you've put them on top of your head. Fabulous style for your glasses or sunglasses.

Made of grey twisted suede faux leather thonging and matching glass beads. The faux suede thonging is water-resistant and more robust than natural suede. Perfect for guys and gals wearing their sunglasses at the beach.
The glasses cord comes in a matching organza bag, to keep it tidy.

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