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Big time coverage meets big time versatility.

Use the Julbo Dirt Sunglasses and the three included polarized lenses to see clearly in any light condition, from the trail to the train station. These shades have an aerodynamic profile, durable construction, and an extremely lightweight feel, making them ideal for mountain biking or trail running. The elastomer temple and nose bridge inserts keep these shades in place during active endeavors.

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Unanswered Question

Does this item include 3 interchangeable lenses? The description says it does, but the specifications say 'no'.

Is this a photochromic lens?

Is this a photochromic lens?

Best Answer

No, the lenses are not Photochromic, but rather polycarbonate.

Are these glasses definitely polarized?...

Are these glasses definitely polarized? On the right side of the page, where the specs are listed, it says these glasses are not polarized.

Best Answer

It says that these glasses are now polarized.

What is the difference between the Julbo...

What is the difference between the Julbo Dirt and Run glasses, look very similar with all the same features even used for the same activities... so what's the diff.?

The way the Dirt is constructed it fits a Larger face the Run is a smaller fit.


Love these (mostly)

    This review is hard for me. I wanted to give 5 stars so bad - the fit, style, weight blew me away right out of the box and every time I put them on for a trail run or bike ride. However, they're not very breathable. I kind of think these fit my face so well that it's kind of like I'm wearing swim goggles - super comfy ones, that is - that don't allow much air flow. It only gets foggy when I'm hot and the air is cold or if I stop moving during high exertion. I wouldn't give these up though. The benefits to me far outweigh the small issue of a little fog at times...