Julbo eyewear delivers versatile performance with variable light transmission and polarized technology. In 2004, Julbo's Advanced Photochromic sunglasses won Outside Magazine's Gear of the Year Award for their superior ability to adapt to changing light conditions. Scratch-resistant Bayer Makrolon polycarbonate lenses and flexible, form-fitting frames define Julbo's distinct niche in the snow and water sports market. Barrel through powder, battle the waves, or hit the streets with undistorted clarity and see the world according to Jul ... Learn more about Julbobo. ... Less
Reviewed by Trail Running Gal from Dallas, Pa on Saturday, August 22, 2015
After reading the other reviews noting that these glasses were small, I thought they'd still be an OK fit for me since they're men's glasses. Not so. The nose piece is also pretty narrow, so when I took them out on a run, they tended to bounce on my head. The lenses themselves are good quality--not too dark in the shade and dark enough in bright sunlight. For the price I got them for, I figured I might as well keep them.
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
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