Julbo Drift Spectron 3+ Sunglasses

Julbo Drift Spectron 3+ Sunglasses
Julbo Drift Spectron 3+ Sunglasses
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Drift Spectron 3+ Sunglasses by Julbo
Designed with the help of enduro mountain biking champions Fabien Barel and Jerome Clementz, Julbo's Drift Spectron 3+ Sunglasses offer the performance you need when tackling grueling climbs and white-knuckle descents, along with the style you want when celebrating with a beer after the race. Providing an upgrade over the Spectron 3 lenses, the Spectron 3+ lenses feature a finish that adds extra sun protection and cuts down on glare for an even clearer view when racing down trails. These lenses also offer versatility when you're alternating between sunshine and shadows on wooded trails, and they're lightweight for comfort. Plus, they're shatterproof in case you take a hard slam when coming in a little too hot around a corner. 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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