Julbo Hike Sunglasses - Spectron 3 Lenses
About Julbo Hike Sunglasses - Spectron 3 Lenses
Specs about Julbo Hike Sunglasses - Spectron 3 Lenses
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Frame material: Acetate
- Base curvature: 8 Base
- Frame fit: Large,Medium
- Lens coverage: Large
- Temple to temple: 5-1/4"
- Light transmission: 13%
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Carry case: Hard
- Weight: 1.3 oz.
- Made in France
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3.666666 5 Overall Rating: 3.7 Based on 6 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Big Head Bob from Nor-Cal on Thursday, April 25, 2013
I picked out these sun glasses because I have a larger head and was happy with a pair of Julbo mountaineering glasses that I got years ago. These glasses fit great and the thicker frames are a good proportion for people with larger heads. The ear pieces don't hook around your ears but the glasses s... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Madisonave from Hubbard on Sunday, June 1, 2014No bend in frame wouldn't stay on my ears. I ended up giving them away because I couldn't wear them.
Reviewed by walker from california on Tuesday, August 13, 2013Gift to a very active individual who could not wait to use them driving and riding his road bike
Reviewed by Teddy from Monterey California on Thursday, August 8, 2013These glasses are not polarized as stated. They are good glasses otherwise, good fit, good peripheral sun protection, good quality build, but not polarized.
Polarization is one of the main features I look for in sunglasses for fly fishing, hiking, and on the boat when scuba diving. I have other Julbo glasses I like very much, so I bought these hoping for the same features.
Reviewed by Seth from wNC on Monday, August 5, 2013Nothing wrong with the fit of these or the style or quality of the optics. Everything seems fine.
However ....... one of the bulleted and namesake selling points is these are polarized which as far as i can tell they are not. Yesterday while fishing with these for the first time they cut no glare off the water. Switching back to my $5.00 pair of Berkely glasses from big box store I was able to see the difference.
Perhaps I don't understand the science behind polarized optics and these are in fact polarized. Regardless, they are not good at cutting glare and reflections off the surface of the water and make poor fishing glasses.
Reviewed by César from Monterrey, Mexico on Tuesday, May 14, 2013Sunglasses in their construction are great for outdoors...and vision is great too.