Julbo Titan OTG Goggles - Snow Tiger Photochromic

Julbo Titan OTG Goggles - Snow Tiger Photochromic
Julbo Titan OTG Goggles - Snow Tiger Photochromic
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Titan OTG Goggles - Snow Tiger Photochromic by Julbo
The Julbo Snow Tiger Photochromic Titan OTG Goggles give you a crisp field of vision so your search for the perfect trove of pow doesn't get interrupted. Tough polycarbonate lenses with a spherical design give you a wide range of vision, and their modern properties make them photochromic, ventilated, and anti-fog so you have complete protection against any unforeseen elements on the mountain. A cozy anatomic frame rests on your face with dual soft foam, yet it still has enough room to support your glasses in case you plan on reading fancy literature in the lodge after a full day on the slopes. It also has a silicone strap with an easy clip to make sure it doesn't slip off when you accidentally have a yard sale. 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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