Julbo Orbiter II Goggle - Snow Tiger Photochromic

Julbo Orbiter II Goggle - Snow Tiger Photochromic
Julbo Orbiter II Goggle - Snow Tiger Photochromic
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Orbiter II Goggle - Snow Tiger Photochromic by Julbo
Julbo's classic Orbiter goggle is back and better than ever with the same tough construction and high-end optics that have become synonymous with Julbo. The Orbiter II Goggle with Snow Tiger Photochromic lens is ideal for those cloudy days when the sun could be out one moment and gone the next. Photochromic lens technology give these goggles the ability to adapt to changing light conditions within a matter of minutes, while the spherical optics reduce distortion and ensure excellent peripheral vision. Since all those fancy optics aren't going to do you much good if your goggles are fogged up, Julbo was smart enough to treat the lens with an anti-fog coating to keep them fog free. 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: JUL004B
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