Julbo Paddle Polarized Sunglasses

Julbo Paddle Polarized Sunglasses
Julbo Paddle Polarized Sunglasses
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Paddle Polarized Sunglasses by Julbo
Built for days on the water, your Julbo Polarized Paddle Sunglasses will see you through lazy river floats and whitewater runs alike. The polarized lens is fit for the sea or the mountain, helping to reduce glare while you're out all day. Grip Tech temples and the Nose Grip helps these shades stay securely on your head, while Julbo's bubble frame sticks air bubbles in the body material to maintain float in case you do drop them in.

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SKU: JUL007S
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