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Julbo Revolution OTG

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Julbo Revolution OTG Falcon Polarized Photochromic Goggle is a game-changing goggle for snow-sport lovers who are optically challenged (yes, that means you wear glasses). Not only does this goggle slip over your specs, but the goggle lens adjusts based on the actual light conditions you find on the mountain. Whether you're cruising groomers in flat light or creating powdery explosions on a bluebird day, you'll start a movement when other four-eyed skiers see you scream by in this sleek goggle. The photochromic coating makes skiing in low light an illuminating experience, and boarding in bright light won't leave you snow-blind (the lens automatically lightens when the clouds come in and darkens when it's bright out). The lens also contains a polarizing filter so glare won't get you and colors pop. The anti-fog coating on the inside and oil-repellent coating on the outside means you won't make a spectacle of yourself since you'll see everything that lies ahead. Dual soft foam feels good against your face and won't squish the frames of your glasses. Extended outriggers clear the sides of your helmet for a perfect fit. Silicone on the strap helps the Revolution grab your melon protector and not let go, and symmetrical strap adjustments give you the ability to go helmet-less without having your goggles get sloppy. With this spacious goggle, you'll see clearly when cloud roll in, sun bathes the bowls, or somewhere in between.

- Backcountry.com

Julbo Revolution OTG

MSRP:
$160.00

The Julbo Revolution OTG is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 14, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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