Julbo Titan OTG Zebra Photochromic Goggles

Julbo Titan OTG Zebra Photochromic Goggles
Julbo Titan OTG Zebra Photochromic Goggles
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Titan OTG Zebra Photochromic Goggles by Julbo
Say goodbye to those majestic granny-sunglasses that cover up your spectacles. Transform the ski slope and your respective style with the incredible comfort of the Julbo Zebra Photochromic Titan OTG Goggles. Crafted to be glasses compatible, these goggles effectively enhance visibility and encourage point of view with XXL frame, fluid design, and photochromic technology. The spherical lens reduces the distortion and glare you can get from other goggles, while an anti-fog coating and ample ventilation work to keep them from fogging up after back-to-back hot laps on a powder day. Photochromic lens technology gives the lens the ability to adapt to changing light conditions, so you won't have to deal with switching out lenses and packing them along as you ski. Julbo also built the Titan to fit comfortably with a helmet thanks to low-profile frame and extended outriggers.

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SKU: JUL004H
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