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Come prepared for changing light when you hit the trail.

When it’s time to hit the trails and get a little muddy, pull on the Julbo Dirt Zebra Sunglasses. These stylin’ shades feature photochromic Zebra lenses that automatically adjust to changing light conditions. The aerodynamic acetate frame has a wrapping profile to maximize your field of view, and temple and nose pads provide a comfortable fit. A special lens treatment reduces foggy flare-ups.

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are this Photochromic Sunglasses?
IT SAYS...

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are this Photochromic Sunglasses?
IT SAYS IT HAS THE ZEBRA LENS, BUT DOES NOT SAY IF THEY ARE PHOTOCHROMIC.

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Hey Patricio,

These stylin' shades feature photochromic Zebra lenses that automatically adjust to changing light conditions.

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Explodes on impact

I have a beef with Julbo. I like their style and design, but when it comes to frame material, their plastics are cheap. I have had several of their glasses over the years and the dirt being one of them. What I like about it is it is a big frame, good articulation which provides adequate coverage for the acute and peripheral fields, nose and arm grips for stability and decent lenses (nothing to celebrate). unfortunately the frames are very brittle, especially in cold weather. Now for wearing around as an everyday sunglasses, that may be ok, but when involved with activities where they get banged a little the just don't deserve the above $100 price tag. I dropped these in the parking lot (in the winter mind you which makes plastic more fragile) and the frames exploded into a hundred pieces. The fall about 2.5 feet. For a mid range pair of sunglasses I would expect a dent and a scratch, but not an explosion. The problem is I also have the Julbo race, and they are built with a mor maleable plastic the flexes better and does not break which is also in the mid range glasses category. So I like the look and feel, but when it comes down to it I need something incredibly more durable than these. If you have a small face and do not want a large frame and lenses this is not a sunglasses for you. If you have a large face and or like large frames these glasses are for you in consideration with the above mentioned.

Does anyone know how the Julbo Contest fit...

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Does anyone know how the Julbo Contest fit compared to the DIRT or RUN? I heard they run pretty big... wide?
By the way, thanks for the feedback on my last questions.
Cheers.

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Contest is a big fit much like the Dirt. The Run is more of a medium fit.

What are the difference between the Dirt...

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What are the difference between the Dirt and the Julbo Contest sunglass's? Im torn between the two... they look very similar except for the half frame on the Contest and the Contest look like they would breath better...
Which would you recommend?

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I personally would go with the Contest. The half frame also may not obstruct your field of vision as much and it would breathe better like you said.

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Sports glasses nirvana

They stay put on your head with the rubberized temples and nose pieces...lenses change with the brightness, and they are close fitting...but they still are a little light for long periods of time on the glacier, and if you where a hat, the lenses are shaded and tend not to darken as much. Folks are 50/50 on whether I am cool enough to rock white frames, but I like them! One day of doing some chainsaw/glading work with them though pretty much wrecked the lens coating, so I don't know if that is unique to chainsawing kickback or if a muddy mountain bike ride might do the same thing. Either way, I have been happy with them!

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Sports glasses nirvana

They stay put on your head with the rubberized temples and nose pieces...lenses change with the brightness, and they are close fitting...but they still are a little light for long periods of time on the glacier, and if you where a hat, the lenses are shaded and tend not to darken as much. Folks are 50/50 on whether I am cool enough to rock white frames, but I like them! One day of doing some chainsaw/glading work with them though pretty much wrecked the lens coating, so I don't know if that is unique to chainsawing kickback or if a muddy mountain bike ride might do the same thing. Either way, I have been happy with them!

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The Most Amazing Glacier Glasses

I just used these on a summit of Mt Adams this weekend. It was in the mid 80's and almost not a cloud in the sky. I could not believe how well they worked from 6am in the morning until 6pm in the evening. These didn't leave my face. Even with full intensity, the photochromatic lenses adjusted spectacularly and I could face the glacier all day. In the morning anyone can see my eyes. By the time we hit the glacier, all you could see was this metallic golden shield (kind of like the visor in Halo!). They never slipped. They never fogged up - even in full intensity work-out up the glacier. When I returned to camp they were dirty from sunscreen and who knows what else, but I could even tell. Normally on sunglasses, I notice every spec. These are definitely the best performing sunglasses I've ever owned. One other note - you don't want polarized lenses for glaciers - you can't tell the difference between snow and ice. Also, my guide company for Mt Rainier recommends these for glacier glasses (so even though Julbo doesn't market these for such purposes, they work extremely well for it).