While big names steadily dropped out of the glacier glasses game in recent decades, Julbo remained one of the staunch suppliers of the frames it pioneered. Originally developed to help mineral seekers track down treasure on the blinding slopes of Mont Blanc, the Vermont Classic Sunglasses are back to help Julbo celebrate the brand's 125 years of outdoor sunnies. Whether you're a mountaineer gearing up for a trip, or a hiker with longstanding awe and respect for the frames, grab a pair now to welcome glacier glasses back. With the Expedition offering a more modern take on mountaineering frames, Julbo retained the Vermont's classic look and made no changes to its timeless design. Round mirrored lenses shield you from harsh alpine light, preventing eye fatigue and damage during long periods of exposure. Soft leather nose pieces and wraparound leather side shields prevent light from bouncing and reflecting from above, below, or either side of you, and endlessly adjustable arms allow you to dial in just the right fit. Their light, flexible construction ensures sore sports and aching temples don't slow down your progress when you have a full day ahead. 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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