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Don't stress about the light conditions when you can just ride.

The days of switching lenses are gone once you slip on the photochromic Julbo Orbiter Goggle, which features a lens that automatically gets darker or lighter in response to changing light conditions on the mountain. The Zebra lens remains lighter during storm days while darkening once the sun comes out so you always have good vision through the large and unobstructed frame design.
  • Double spherical lens reduces distortion in all directions so you see the hill clearly and safely
  • Strong frame withstands rail-to-face smacks and roller coaster box fails
  • An anti-Fog lens treatment and top vents keep your vision clear despite steamy hikes up the pipe
  • Soft face foam and an outrigger-style strap comfortably secure the goggle to your face with or without a helmet

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These are a great fit on a helmet ( I use the Smith holt) The helmet outrigger is a bonus if I want to use these without a helmet the strap doesnt get all strecthed out. The Photochromatic is the best . I goes from very light Category 2 ( I have night skied in these ) to very dark Category 4.