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Your big mountain freeride adventure might leave your friends dazed and dazzled, but you keep your whits about you and your vision clear using Julbo's Orbiter Goggles. Choose whether you want polarized or not, with the two different lens options. The Camel lens provides glare-free, all-mountain coverage being both photochromic & polarized, while the Zebra lens supplies photochromic protection for those in- and out-of-shade mountainsides. Stay fog-free with the Air Flow system & anti-fog coating, plus the anatomic frame & full silicone strap give a perfect fit every time.
- Mountain Gear
Mountain conditions can run the gamut from blue bird to white out in a single day. In order to keep skiing with confidence as conditions change you need a pair of goggles that can adapt to quickly changing light conditions. The Julbo Orbiter Goggles will do just that with their Snow Tiger Photochromic lens. With the ability to adjust to changing light in just 22 seconds, you aren't going to find yourself staring down a line not really sure what's going on with the snow. They also feature an anti-glare filter, so you won't be blinded by shiny sun crusts. An anti-fog coating keeps them clear on storm days, and the anatomic design provides a comfortable fit, so you'll hardly notice them once they're on. Extended outriggers make them compatible with any helmet, so you can ski with confidence no matter what the mountain throws at you.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Julbo Orbiter Goggles FEATURES of the Julbo Orbiter Goggles Spherical Zebra Camel or Falcon double lens Ventilated lens Air flow Anatomic frame Dual Soft foam Extended outrigger Full silicone strap Easy clip
With an enhanced range of performance, the Julbo Orbiter Zebra Light(R) photochromic glacier goggles provide protection and excellent peripheral sighting at high altitudes to alpine meadows.