Julbo Montebianco Photochromic Camel Polarized Sunglasses

Julbo Montebianco Photochromic Camel Polarized Sunglasses
Julbo Montebianco Photochromic Camel Polarized Sunglasses
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Montebianco Photochromic Camel Polarized Sunglasses by Julbo
To truly enjoy environments with rapidly changing conditions, you need changeable sunglasses like the Julbo Montebianco Sunglasses with the Camel polarized, photochromic lens. This advanced lens gets darker or lighter in accordance with the intensity of light around it, so you always get just the right balance of protection with vision. Polarization of the lens cuts through glare off reflective surfaces, and the lenses' anti-fog treatment prevents condensation along the inner surface of the glasses.

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SKU: JUL0132
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