Those vintage shades may look good around town, but they'll just fog up and slide down your face when you wear them on race day, so when it comes to going hard and looking fast, look no further than the Julbo Race 2. 0 Polarized Sunglasses. Designed for everything from trail running to mountain biking, the Race 2. 0 has an adaptable fit, side venting frame, and a curved shape for better coverage. This version of the Race 2. 0 comes with Julbo's polarized lenses, allowing them to eliminate glares and help reduce the effect harmful UV rays can have on your eyes. Being a member of Julbo's performance line of sunglasses, the Race 2. 0s feature a 3D Fit nose piece that can be adjusted to match the shape of your nose, and Grip Tech temple pads to help deliver a snug and secure fit during high-output activities. 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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