Retailers' Descriptions

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The sun's shining, along with everyone who's wearing the Julbo Access Sunglasses. Designed for smaller faces, the Access sports a classic action-sports-ready design, with plenty of style to stand out even if you just wear 'em to the beach or to grab lunch. The Spectron 3 lenses protect against 100% of UVA, B, and C rays with a lightweight polycarbonate construction that's shock-resistant, so they'll protect your eyes and resist breaking if they slip off your face while you're getting serious on the bike or the trail. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Julbo Access Sunglasses FEATURES of the Julbo Access Sunglasses For the smallest of athletes the Access is available with photo chromic a Zebra lens technology amongst other options for maximum performance Lightweight and simple in design, the Access will open up the door to a whole new world of adventure The Spectron 3+ lens is a poly-carbonate lens that blocks 88% of the visible light Lite-weight but with excellent shock resistance, this versatile lens is suitable for all types of sports activities The flash treatment improves visible light filtering with a mirror effect on the lenses Like all Julbo lenses, the Spectron 3+ lenses are optical category 1, guaranteeing 100% protection against UVA, B and C rays

- Moosejaw

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previously retailed for:
$17.98 - $140.00

The Julbo Access is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 20, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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