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Your weather report says to expect clouds for the next two days, but after that, it's anyone's guess. And two days from now, it'll be time to bust out the crampons and begin moving up the glacier. Not only can you adjust the Julbo Bivouak Sunglasses' lens tint to changing light conditions, but it's also the first pair of mountaineering sunglasses to feature side shields that affix magnetically.

  • Zebra photochromic lenses block 100-percent of UV rays and adjust their tint to available light so that the right amount of light always reaches your eyes
  • Magnetic side shields are easy to attach and block snow albedo from frying your peripherals
  • Antifog coating prevents condensation from building up on lens
  • Lens shape and mounting structure lend air flow to prevent fogging
  • Larger lens width creates a wide field of vision
  • 360-degree stem ends bend in every direction for added temple comfort

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4 5

Love the lenses

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Height: 6' 0"
    Weight: 180 lbs

I got talked into buying the camel lenses in the trek frame recently. I liked them so much that I bought this pair too. I have mostly used these around town in sunny bright Colorado. The fit in the bivouak is better for my face. My head is large. My hat size is 7 5/8". This frame fits around my nose much better (than the treks with less light leakage on the bottom of the frames).
The photo-chromatic lenses are fantastic. They usually adjust quickly. I do not even notice.However, I am not a mountain biker.They are brighter and more yellow than the camel lenses. I gave them 4 stars because I prefer the camel lenses. If you like brighter and non-polarized go with the zebras. If you want darker and polarized the camels are worth the extra money.

5 5

Julbo does it again!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Light and adjustable frame, quick to balance the light. I use them on the ski hill and walking the dog on the frozen lake. They even stay on when I took a good tumble. They are on as often as I can wear them. Gotta love the Granny Smith Apple colour(Great in the Apre, Lodge Skiing). I have not removed the shields as of yet. On my way to Tulum and they are going with me. Ill comment when I return. Not my first pair of Julbo's. I grab them when they are on sale mostly.

5 5

I got them in black

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

But wish I had them in the green. Zebra lens is simply amazing and worth every penny of the buy in. This frame is simple, easy to use, adjustable and tough. It is a basic, get the job done, frame. WOrht a try ot see if ti fits your face. Made for a big head/face imo. Works well for me.

4 5

Love the glasses

These are great glasses for backcountry touring. Anti fog worked very well.

Only issue was I lost one shield during in and out of the pack.

Love the glasses