Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggles

Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggles
Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggles
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Cyrius Photochromic Goggles by Julbo
The Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggle's tint reacts to changing light conditions so you can ski bell-to-bell with the same goggle whether it's sunny, cloudy, or a combination of both throughout the day. Its Reactive photochromic lens is super wide and cylindrical to expand your field of vision, and its double lens construction includes an anti-fog coating to keep a crystal clear vision. The frameless design gives a sleek, minimalist style, and it has airflow vents and a helmet-compatible strap.

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SKU: JUL009Q
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