Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Next
Manufacturer Julbo
Page By Erik Beeler
Page Type Dec 1, 2004 / Dec 1, 2004
Object ID 1192
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These all-around sunglasses are close fitting for smaller faces and have features normally only found on high-end climbing glasses.

Spectron x5 polycarbonate lenses block 100% of UV rays reducing glare and creating a clear image

Lightweight, tough nylon frames feature flexible temples which allow a natural fit to various face shapes, staying firmly in place

Includes a protective case


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Erik Beeler - Dec 1, 2004 10:28 am - Voted 4/5

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Can't beat the price on these sun glasses. I had them for over three years until I lost them. They came in a hard egg case to store them in and as long as I remembered to keep them in there they stayed fairly scratch free. They are sized small and worked great on my face but my friends found them too tight. Fairly dark so they worked passibly well on snow but could have been darker for that use. Would buy them again for general use but will get a darker sun glass for glaciers/snow when I can spend the cash.

Trevor Simmons - Dec 8, 2004 6:02 pm - Voted 5/5

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These sunglasses are great, especially for people with smaller faces like me. They are one of the few pairs of sunglasses I've ever found that fit me well. The polycarbonate lenses are mostly distortion free as well. I would prefer darker lenses, but they are dark enough for general use. Keep in mind: different colors sport different shades of lenses.

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