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Get serious eye protection and outstanding performance with the Julbo Pipeline L Sunglasses with Octopus Polarized and Photochromic Lenses. These water-friendly sunglasses feature glare-cutting polarization and embedded photochromic technology that shifts the tint to allow 5% to 20% visible light transmission as lighting conditions change. The hydrophobic coating makes water slide off the lens, while the oil-repellent technology makes them extra-easy to clean. Top-of-the-line NXT mineral glass lenses from Julbo, a pioneer in adventure eye protection, will take you deep, high, or far without worry.

The Pipeline's wide lenses and wraparound design provide optimal coverage, field of vision, and protection, while the double-support Twin Flex temples absorb shock for enduring comfort. Keep these sophisticated sunglasses comfortably on your face with the Flex nose pads and side grip tech, and count on the sweat-blocking foam insert to keep your vision clear. This is a larger version of regular Pipeline model for extra coverage and large heads.

  • Octopus NXT polarized photochromic technology
  • Mineral glass lenses
  • Water- and oil-repellent coating
  • Wraparound, shock-absorbing frame with twin-flex temples
  • Flex nose and sipe grip tech
  • Sweat blocker, optical clip, and floating cord

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3 5

Not your old Pipelines

  • Fit: True to size

Got these to replace an older pair, same model, but these did not have the adjustable nose pads (like the old ones). I really needed that for proper fit. These glasses offer great eye protection, the mirrored lenses look really cool, and are NXT, although the description claims "mineral glass".