No need to worry about the Julbo Dust Spectron 3+ Sunglasses sliding down your nose or sitting catawampus on your face while you charge downhill on your mountain bike, climb uphill on your road bike, or trail run. Thanks to its Grip Nose and Grip Tech temples, the Dust stays firmly in place, while its slim, flexible frame fits comfortably under your hat or helmet. Polycarbonate lenses with category three protection and flash finish improve visible light filtering with a mirror effect and eliminate the radiation reflected by the outer mirrored surface of the lensLightweight, shock-resistant lenses make the Dust ideal for all types of sports Slim, flexible frame fits comfortably under your hat or helmetGrip Nose and Grip Tech temples enable an ideal and imperceptible hold on your face while you mountain bike, trail run, or raceThe size of the suspended lenses provides superb venting and a wide field of visionProposition 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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