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Grab the legend-making Julbo Limited Edition Vermont Mythic Sunglasses, and ascend into the sky with the ultimate in eye protection. These alpine-ready glasses shield your precious eyeballs with Alti Arc mineral glass category 4 lens, which provide durable, scratch- and shock-resistant superior optics. A flash finish and anti-reflective coating reduces glare and improves light filtration in the relentless sun found at altitude, and leather side shields prevent sun damage from the periphery.  Presented in special 125th anniversary packaging, the Vermont Mythic is ready for an adventurous revival.

  • Alti Arc category 4 lens features a flash finish and anti-reflective coating for reduced glare and improved light filtration in bright alpine environments
  • Mineral glass lens provides highly scratch- and shock-resistant strength and durability and superior optics
  • Leather side shields provide comfortable protection from harsh sunlight
  • Grip Tech coating on the temples provides a slip-free hold
  • Adjustable temples bend in every direction for a custom-feeling fit
  • Hard and soft cases included for double the carrying protection

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5 5

The pair you need

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 3"
    Weight: 220 lbs

The only way I can put it is this one way.. These are the pair you need if you want the look, feel and performance that a true mountaineer has. I love em', hands down the best buy gear wise in the last year or so. Peripherals are covered with the side shields, the lens is dark enough for high summiting, the fit is snug. Only issue I've faced was a bit of strain around the ear piece, but that was after a long, long day of hiking which I believe you're going to get with any pair.

3 5

More style than function

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have had julbos for 20 years, and my favorite micropores have been missing for months. I highly suspect my boys his them. I have a pair of Sherpas that just don't fit, but I tried on the Vermont classic that fit great and the whole insulated side arms seemed to be a huge plus over the micropores with the same lens (which is cheaper and adjustable) since it hasn't been much over 0 for 5 weeks this winter. Also, the lenses are round so they are higher from top to bottom so I figured they would be like large volume ski goggles but small enough to put in a pocket when not needed. I tried them on, and they do slide down my face a bit which must be variability between sets and this lets light over the top of the lenses. This is a bit of a problem in winter when most gear I use has hoods so a hat with them isn't great. I used them for 30 min snowshoeing today, but for the price, I am pretty underwhelmed. Also the case, my older Sherpa and missing micropores have huge cases, is smaller but the frame keeps peeking out. As much as I really want to like them, I'll probably return them before the new 30 day policy runs out and replace my micropores with the same lens.