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One lens to rule all light conditions.

Instead of wrestling with interchangeable lenses, put on the Julbo Orbiter Goggle with its Zebra Photochromic lens. The spherical anti-fog lens has the ability to adapt to changing light conditions, which provides optimized visibility at all times.

  • Photochromic Zebra spherical lens adapts to changing light (lens lightens on cloudy mornings and darkens when the sun comes out) for optimized visibility in a wide range of conditions
  • Anatomic frame shape comfortably hugs the contours of your face
  • Anti-fog lens with ventilation keeps your vision fog free
  • Dual-soft face foam provides a snug fit and is comfortable against sensitive skin
  • Extended outrigger on the straps provides complete helmet compatibility
  • Full silicone strap grips your helmet to eliminate slipping
  • Easy-clip buckle provides simple on and off

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5 5

Great Googles

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

Wore these up Mt Rainier this past 4th of July, great for the windy day's since I were contacts kept the dust and grit out of my eyes. Love the Zebra lens as well so subtle that you don't realize it's darkening at all.

4 5

Great, but....

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

There appears to be no such thing as a truly anti-fog lens, especially where -30F is "situation normal." No matter what kind of coating is applied, and even with a double lens, at such low temps any vapor will freeze as it accumulates trying to rise and transfer out of the foam. The result is a top-down frosting.
I was a bit skeptical about the photochromic lens, but it works well and is very useful in flat light conditions (also common in Alaska from late Nov. - Jan.).