For you, high-alpine mountaineering is just as much about the physical experience as it is the rocky, snow bespotted peaks and thanks to the newly redesigned Julbo Camel Lens Explorer 2. 0 Sunglasses, you're able to view your craggy companions in comfort. Constructed with a more ergonomic fit, better ventilation, and a more slim silhouette, the Explorer 2. 0 features full spectrum protection, adjustable temple arms, and removable side shields for an entirely customizable experience. Additionally, the Explorer 2. 0 is equipped Julbo's Camel lenses, which are polarized, photochromic, and anti-fogging. This combination of lens technology provides 100% protection from the sun's harmful UV rays and also adapts with the ever-changing environment--meaning shadows, highlights, and contrasts are enhanced rather than dulled. Not to mention, the Explorer is fashioned with a panoramic design that offers an unimpeded view, while the front ventilation and anti-fog coating assures that the build-up of body heat won't get in your way. 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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