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On the lighter side of photochromic.

With the adaptable Zebra Light Photochromic lens in the Julbo Orbiter Goggle, you can be confident in having optimized visibility, especially under the darkest stormy skies. When the weather changes from clear to overcast to flat to dark, you'll be ready. In addition to adapting to changing light conditions, the lens has ample ventilation for all-day fog-free performance.

  • Photochromic Zebra Light spherical lens adapts to changing light for optimized visibility in all weather and really excels in low light 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

Big!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Big boy version ofthe Revolution. Good enough for most with glasses. Same amazing Zebra lens that makes the mworththe buy in. Only lens I ski with now given a choice. Also great with a helmet..or without.

5 5

Love these goggles!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Julbo Orbiter's with the Zebra light lenses are fantastic. They are large, but not oversized, and the lenses work well for skiing in the PNW. The lenses transistion well from light to dark and back and are excellent in pretty much all light conditions. I used them in whistler on a powder day and they resisted fog well. I have them mated with a Smith Vantage helmet, and the two are perfect together. If you live in the PNW or NE,these are your googles.