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Julbo Trek Sunglasses - Camel Antifog Lens

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    The Julbo Trek Sunglasses with Camel Antifog Lenses protect your eyes from hardcore glare whether you're winding your way over glaciers or bouldering in the desert. The photochromic lenses work all the way from day-break to dusk.
    • Photochromic Camel lenses adapt to fit the light conditions (they become light in cloudy conditions and dark in bright sunlight) to optimize your vision
    • Polarized lenses stop horizontal glare from surfaces like water, snow, and the hood of your car
    • Anti-fog treatment keeps your view clear when you're working up a steam
    • Removable wings block light and glare from snow and can be left behind when you're back in the valley
    • Grip tech sculpted inserts on the stems help these sunglasses stay put
    • Vented glare shields let fresh air in to keep your view clear
    • Item #JUL0208

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    Camel Photochomic (polycarbonate)
    Polarized
    yes
    Frame Measurements
    69 x 12 x 115 mm
    Nose Pads
    yes
    Temple Pads
    yes
    Recommended Use
    climbing, hiking, running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Lenses are stunning

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Pros: Lenses go from amber to dark amber. Super crisp and sharp. The lenses are so good they make interchangeable lenses obsolete (my opinion obviously). I have had no problem with fogging. Stylish for behind so functional. Not as hip as some choices but you can wear them to town and not look like an idiot. And, I had these out above 13,000' backcountry skiing and they were awesome.

    Cons: the only thing I don't like is fit related. My hat size is 7 5/8. I do get some light leakage at the bottom of the sunglasses. If you have a big head like me be careful. I liked these so much I bought the bivouak in the zebra lens. That frame fits my large face a little better.

    Lenses are stunning

    The best?

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    If not the best one of the best mtn glasses yet designed IMO. I have a couple pair of this frame in both Zebra and Camel lens. Need to go dark in bright sun...these will do it. Frame is multifuctional and covers any outdoor sport adroitly. Back to the lens? Quick change, anti fog and a full side vision with protection with or without th side shields. One worth the money IMO.

    i always said the best warranty is the

      one you never use



      but if you need it. i hope to get world class service !!!

      and i am sad and happy to say that Julbo usa got it

      the Julbo trek are my favorite sunglasses after a full winter commute on a bike in new york city my glass need some TLC so i called Julbo to get a new nose pad.

      and a happy person sound very happy to help me and send my a new nose pad in the mail FOR FREE WOW

      you know where i will buy my next pair

      They do come with a basic protection case,...

      They do come with a basic protection case, don't they?

      Best Answer

      I ordered a set of Julbo Bivouack sunglasses from BC a few months back, and did not have a single regret about doing so. One of the multitudinous reasons for my ardent passion about them was the fact that they came with a case. I've included a couple pictures of my glasses in their case juxtaposed with a Nalgene bottle (seems to be the standard for a size comparison in gear junkie world) to provide you an idea of how big the case runs (definitely on the larger side).



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      I ordered a set of Julbo Bivouack sunglasses from BC a few months back, and did not have a single regret about doing so. One of the multitudinous reasons for my ardent passion about them was the fact that they came with a case. I've included a couple pictures of my glasses in their case juxtaposed with a Nalgene bottle (seems to be the standard for a size comparison in gear junkie world) to provide you an idea of how big the case runs (definitely on the larger side).

**Working on getting photo uploaded. For some reason, it won't show.**