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Mountain to valley and everywhere in between.
- Spectron 4 lenses are tough and have an anti-reflective coating so you don't get distracted by your own eyes staring back at you
- Removable wings block light and glare from the 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
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Are these for larger or smaller faces? I...
Are these for larger or smaller faces? I have a big dome and usually fit better into wider sunglasses with larger lenses.
With an eye/bridge/temple measurement of 69/12/115 cm these will fit a Medium-Medium/Large face profile.
Great For Backcountry Skiing
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Julbo makes a very nice, dark lens (Spectron 4) which works very well for bright snow conditions. These glasses are excellent for backcountry skiing as they are light and open enough on the sides that they don't fog up when skinning (most of the time..), but also provide downhill goggle-like eye protection.
The Trek has two side shades and a top bumper which can (and I have) removed.
One negative with them is the injection mold lines for the arms are right on the top and bottom, which puts a sharp edge right on top of your ear. I trimmed mine off and they now are very comfy.