Julbo Alpha Goggles

Julbo Alpha Goggles
Julbo Alpha Goggles
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Alpha Goggles by Julbo
Whether you're lazily taking in expansive Rocky Mountain vistas or ripping hard down back-mountain groomers, it's always important to have a solid field of vision on the slopes. With the Julbo Alpha Goggles you'll have a wide field of vision and then some. Thanks to their large cylindrical lens and anti-fog performance you'll never have a problem seeing well on the mountain. Julbo's Frameless technology reduces unnecessary vision-blocking bulk in the frame, so you can enjoy more of what the lens has to offer in stunning mountain terrain. The goggles still have a soft and cozy face foam to ensure a comfortable fit as you shred, and even feature a wider helmet-compatible strap to keep your fit from being too tight against your face. The Alphas' design is also centered around airflow, helping you stay cool and preventing clouding in your goggles. And when you're really working hard and ventilation might not be enough to fight the fog, you've got Julbo's double-lens anti-fog technology and a special anti-fog coating making it easy to see in any conditions.

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