Now that you're out training for that trail series your brother convinced you to sign up for, you're logging a lot more miles on bright, exposed ridges. Your trusty hat is doing its job at keeping the sweat out of your eyes, but it can't keep the sun out of your eyes when you're running straight at it. Invest in a solid pair of running sunnies like the Julbo Zephyr Sunglasses, and you'll be surprised at how quickly they become a piece of gear you can't leave the house without. Streamlined and heavily ventilated, the Zephyr was designed to block the sun from all angles as you weave along rocky singletrack with its wraparound design. Plus, adjustable nose pieces and temples give you a nearly limitless ability to make fit tweaks at home or once you start to sweat on-the-go. To make sure you can see every rock or root ahead, the Zephyr includes Spectron 3 lenses, which filter out harmful UV rays while providing you with a crisp, sharp field of vision on sunny days. 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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