Julbo Sniper L Nordic Zebra Photochromic Goggles

Julbo Sniper L Nordic Zebra Photochromic Goggles
Julbo Sniper L Nordic Zebra Photochromic Goggles
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Sniper L Nordic Zebra Photochromic Goggles by Julbo
Pull on the Julbo Sniper L Nordic Zebra Photochromic Goggles before your next trip to the nordic center to help maximize your comfort and enjoyment on the trail. These goggles are built specifically for cross-country skiing thanks to a quick ventilating lens that helps eliminate fogging on the uphill and cold air in your eyes on the down hill. The large spherical lenses boost your peripheral vision and provide clear optics that boost contrast on flat light days so that you can see minor imperfections in the trail and beat your own personal best.

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SKU: JUL006F
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