Julbo Monterosa Polarized Photochromic Camel Sunglasses - Women's

Julbo Monterosa Polarized Photochromic Camel Sunglasses - Women's
Julbo Monterosa Polarized Photochromic Camel Sunglasses - Women's
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Monterosa Polarized Photochromic Camel Sunglasses - Women's by Julbo
The Julbo Monterosa Sunglasses combine fashion and function when you're on the highest peaks and brightest locations on earth. The Camel Antifog Lens provides excellent eye protection without limiting your vision, using both polarization and photochromic technologies in order to give you the clearest view every time. The frame features a wraparound design that will stay put if you're out on the trial, and its sports-friendly shape is further bolstered by grippy temples that won't slip off your ears.

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SKU: JUL0133
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