Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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With a frame adapted to female faces, Julbo's Alagna Sunglasses feature polarized photochromic lens technology-ideal for multipurpose use and driving. . Fits small to medium profiles. 100% protection from UVA/B/C rays. Falcon NXT polarized photochromic lenses get darker or lighter in accordance with the intensity of the light; protection category 2-3; VLT: 8-43%. VLT (Visible Light Transmission): percentage of available light allowed to reach the eye; the lower the number, the darker the lens. Copper lens accentuates contrasts and enhances colors for more comfortable vision-particularly suitable for driving. Polarized to eliminate glare from reflective surfaces like water and glass-provides purest vision. BWS (behind the windshield) sensitivity to visible light: lens gets darker behind a windshield-suitable for driving. Antireflective coating reduces eye strain and eliminates interference glare. Inside oil-repellent coating prevents finger or grease marks and makes cleaning easier. Ultralightweight, impact-resistant NXT lenses with excellent optical clarity-a multipurpose lens, recommended for driving. Women-specific style-designed to avoid contact with eyelashes. Grilamid nylon frame for comfortable fit and secure hold. Fit (eye, bridge, temple): 58, 15, 124 mm. Includes case

- EMS

Julbo designed the Women's Alagna Sunglasses with Falcon Lenses to protect your eyes while giving you a sleek and chic look. These high-tech eye-covers keep you looking good while they enhance visibility in a wide-variety of conditions.

- Backcountry.com

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MSRP:
$180.00

The Julbo Alagna is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 27, 2018 at EMS.

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