About Julbo Dust Sunglasses - Photochromic Zebra® Lenses
Closeouts. Make the competition eat your dust as you run, cycle or hike in Julbo's Dust sunglasses, featuring large lenses for a wide field of vision and Zebra® photochromic lenses that adapt to current light conditions.
Specs about Julbo Dust Sunglasses - Photochromic Zebra® Lenses
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Frame material: Nylon
- Lens features: Photochromic
- Base curvature: 8 Base
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Large
- Temple to temple: 5"
- Light transmission: 7-42%
- UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
- Antifog: Yes
- Carry case: Hard
- Weight: 1 oz.
- Made in France
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from Ohio on Tuesday, May 26, 2015Amazing sunglasses. Would buy this brand again and strongly recommend them. Wrap around for biking, sturdy frames, great lenses. Perfect in every way.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Golden Claire from Golden, CO on Tuesday, December 2, 2014I purchased these sunglasses for mountain biking and ski touring. I've used them for mountain biking and been pleased with their performance. I came from an old pair of Smith wrap-around sunglasses, and these function better in all respects except what other reviewers have already mentioned: the ear pieces do have a tendency to catch bits of your hair as you put them on. It's not a huge problem, you just have to be more careful when putting them on.
These sunglasses stayed on my face very well while mountain biking, the photochromatic lens is wonderful for variable light conditions, the wrap around lens fits my face perfectly (I have a medium to large face), and I haven't had any issues with them fogging up. I have not used them for ski touring yet.
Overall, a great pair of sunglasses.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MoJo from La Grande, OR on Monday, November 17, 2014I use these in snow conditions in treed and open areas, and the photochromic lens are great for this purpose. I have a small head and was worried about the size, but I like how the lens cover my eyes so well, almost two well, because when I stop after being very aerobic, they tend to fog up. However, I would prefer that to dry eyes and the discomfort of peripheral sunlight on snow. If I have any complaint, when attempt to put the glasses on when I am wearing a knit cap, the ear piece tends to "stick" and get caught up in my hair, literally pulling strands of hair out if I am not careful. That being said, the good part about this feature is that the glasses stay put without pressing uncomfortably against my skull.
I look forward to using them when hiking and biking in the summertime. They are a very versatile pair of sunglasses.
Reviewed by Smiles for miles from New Mexico on Saturday, October 25, 2014I bought these for mountain biking and I like some things about them and disklike others. I like the way they look and the quality of the lenses. I don't like: They are heavier than my Smith Optics Pivlock V2 Max Sunglasses. The lenses don't wrap around like the Smith's and I can feel air flowing in on the sides, not great for riding fast with contact lenses. The ends grab at my head behind the ears, making it hard to put on/off, especially when wearing a helmet, they also pull hair out when I take them off. I notice these glasses when I'm biking, don't love that. My light Smith's just do the job better.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wasa from Colorado on Saturday, October 11, 2014I owned a previous frame with this lens and love the range of light transmission- transparent enough to bike at night (with lights) but dark enough to be on a snowfield at 13K. Julbos are way cheaper than other French made glasses and have good optical properties.