Operating in the French Jura mountains since 1888, Julbo has been crafting sunglasses for active explorers the world over. Julbo's enormous wealth of experience has led to the Groovy Sunglasses, the perfect pair of sunglasses for hikers, trail runners, and bikers alike. The pair's large coverage prevent flying rocks from cutting your fun (or sight) short while also providing a range of vision nearly as panoramic as your own eyes. The polycarbonate Spectrum 3+ lenses have 100% UV protection and distortion-free optics technology, ensuring the highest clarity when most important. Since nobody likes sunglasses tugging at their hair, Julbo manufactured the temple pads with elastomer Grip Tech, a material that holds to your head without yanking out your hair in the process. You'll find the Groovy's grilamid frame lightweight and flexible while remaining surprising resilient even in low temperatures when other frames become delicate and prone to snapping. 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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