Julbo Breeze Zebra Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's

Julbo Breeze Zebra Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's
Julbo Breeze Zebra Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's
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Breeze Zebra Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's by Julbo
The Julbo Breeze Women's Sunglasses with Zebra Photochromic lenses will adapt to the changing light when your run starts in the pale morning light and ends well after the sun's reached full height. Featuring Julbo's top-of-the-line Zebra lenses, these sunglasses rapidly adjust to changing light conditions and resist fogging thanks to an anti-fog coating and fully venting frame. The frame has a women's-specific fit and weighs just over an ounce, keeping them light and comfortable during those high-mileage grinder days. But, since keeping a pair of sunglasses light isn't necessarily enough to make them comfortable, Julbo integrated fully adjustable temples that can be adapted to match the shape of your head, and installed 3D Fit nose pads that can be adjusted to match the shape of your schnozz for snug and secure fit. 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.

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SKU: JUL004U
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