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Since the sun reflecting off the snow can fry your retinas like a greasy griddle, cover them with the Julbo Down Goggle before you try to navigate the alpine. The wide frame and lens give you great peripheral vision to spot your landings in the park or to spot flailing beginners on a collision course.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Julbo Down Goggles DECENT FEATURES of the Julbo Down Goggles Mirror cylindrical Spectron double lens Ventilated lens Air flow Anatomic frame Dual Soft Foam Axis strap Full silicone strap Easy clip
The mountainside is your playground and the Down Goggle from Julbo allows you to get out and play - the lightweight polycarbonate lens is housed in a wide frame for wide-angle vision. Resist fog & condensation with the Air Flow system, plus the anatomic frame & full silicone strap give a perfect fit every time.
- Mountain Gear
Protect those sensitive eyes from glowing snow with the Julbo Down Goggles (w/ Spectron Lens). The multilayer lens will reduce the suns glare while the wide frame gives you maximum peripheral vision whether youre playing in the park or navigating the trees in the backcountry. The silicone grip strap holds them in place around your head or helmet and the front vents will keep you from steaming up your line of sight while working hard to catch that big air.
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