Explorer 2.0 Zebra Photochromic Sunglasses by Julbo
No matter if your weekend adventures are of the bipedal or pedal-pushing pursuits, make sure you safeguard your vision with the Julbo Explorer 2. 0 Sunglasses (with Zebra Photochromic Lens). Constructed with a more ergonomic fit, better ventilation, and 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 Zebra lenses, which are photochromic and anti-fogging. This combination of lens technology protects your eyes 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.
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