A wide and clear field of vision in the backcountry is important for two reasons. One, you need to be constantly aware of existing hazards, and two, you didn't work that hard getting all the way on top of remote summits to not enjoy the view. With the Julbo Skydome Snowtiger Photocromic Goggles your vision will always be at top quality as you ride far out of bounds, so you can stay at the top of your game and ready for anything. The spherical lens with a minimalist frame allows you to see more up and down the hill, so it'll be easier to keep your backcountry partners within sight, while the photochromic Reactiv lens technology adjusts to changes in light conditions to ensure that no matter what Mother Nature is up to you'll be able to safely navigate mountain terrain. These goggles also have a super lightweight construction, weighing in at less than five ounces and adding hardly any weight to your backcountry kit. They're also built with a design that promotes constant airflow, which, along with the soft face foam and anatomic frame will make them comfortable to wear even when you forget the sunglasses at home and have to rock your goggles on the way up.
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