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Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: S-Cape

Manufacturer: Julbo

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Page By: Nikolas_A

Created/Edited: Jan 21, 2004 / Jan 21, 2004

Object ID: 980

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Sturdy design, replaceable parts, and 100% UVA, UVB, and UVC protection make Julbos the choice of skiers and mountaineers worldwide.

Features gel rubber nose bridge, moldable ear pieces and removable side shields.

  • lens: Photochromic
  • side shields: removable
  • temples: adjustable
  • frame: Silver, Blue, Black

Reviews

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Nikolas_AUntitled Review

Voted 2/5

Sturdy design? Yeah, right!!

When I first bought them a friend of mine, who is an optician, commented: What do you know! Julbo decided to improve on their product quality. That got me thinking: what was their product quality before?

Anyway, for a month or so they where great. The photochromic lenses really worked, to the point I forgot I had them on, even when it started getting dark. Their colour changed drastically with light condition. Plus the frame was comfortable too.

After the grace period, they started falling apart:
  • The nose bridge detached and all efforts to reattach it failed
  • The moldable ear pieces started cracking and as a result slipping off the frame (some glue helped but their cracked surface feels bad on the skin)
  • One lens is sticking out of the frame

The two stars go for the lenses
Posted Jan 21, 2004 9:42 am

Jerry LUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

I bought mine several years ago and have used them on several high altitude climbs in the snow. I haven't had any problems with mine other than I really don't like the fit. I noticed that when I bought them but I thought they would mold to my head. It didn't happen. This really becomes an issue when wearing them for several weeks straight. They do look stylish though compared to my last pair of snow glasses.
Posted Feb 20, 2004 6:40 pm

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