Julbo Arise Polarized 3 Sunglasses

Julbo Arise Polarized 3 Sunglasses
Julbo Arise Polarized 3 Sunglasses
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Arise Polarized 3 Sunglasses by Julbo
Run, ride, fish, or hang by the water in the Julbo Arise Polarized 3 Sunglasses. These active multi-sport shades deliver polarized protection from harsh sunlight and shimmering seas, letting you take in the view comfortably as you enjoy your favorite summer pursuits. Whether you're scouting for the next big catch of the day or enjoying the view as you run around the lake, polarized lenses will protect your eyes from the unwanted glare coming off the water. Their ultra-wide frame design will let you take in more of the scenery, while a grippy nose pad and adjustable temple ends ensure that your sunglasses won't slip when you start to move too fast. Plus, they've got an airflow-accommodating design that allows for cooling airflow through the sides, keeping your face comfortable and your vision fog-free on hot days.

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SKU: JUL009I
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