Julbo Airflux Spectron Goggles

Julbo Airflux Spectron Goggles
Julbo Airflux Spectron Goggles
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Airflux Spectron Goggles by Julbo
Designed to be worn on the skintrack and the descent, the Julbo Airflux Goggles maximize airflow to offer clear vision. Featuring Julbo's SuperFlow system, these goggles allow you to edge the lens away from the frame to reduce heat buildup and fogging as you climb, and it can be pressed back into the frame to reduce airflow once you're ready to ski. This technology means these goggles can be worn on both the up and down, so you won't have to switch between sunglasses and goggles. Fitted with Julbo Spectron polarized lenses, these goggles are designed for extremely luminous environments and reduce glare for clearer vision. The spherical shape not only expands peripheral vision, but it reduces glare and distortion, giving you a clear and true field of vision.

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SKU: JUL009T
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