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Julbo Aerospace Goggle - Snow Tiger Photochromic

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    Built for the up and down.

    Julbo's innovative Aerospace Goggle with a Snow Tiger Photochromic lens is the first goggle designed to be worn on both the skintrack and descent. Julbo's new Superflow system allows the lens to pulled away from the frame, reducing heat buildup and fogging as you climb, and can then be pressed back into the frame to reduce airflow once you're ready to ski. This innovative technology means these goggles can be worn on both the up and down, so you won't have to be constantly switching between sunglasses and goggles during transitions. In addition to the Superflow ventilation system, the goggles also feature Julbo's high-end lens technologies. Snow Tiger photochromic lenses will adapt to changing light conditions as the day progresses, while the spherical shape not only expands peripheral vision, but reduces glare and distortion, giving you a clear and true field of vision. 

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Photochromic lens technology
    • NXT spherical optics
    • Superflow ventilation system
    • Anti-fog coating
    • Minimalist frame with XL chassis
    • Please see size chart for information on lens options
    • Item #JUL003W

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    Snow Tiger (photochromic), spherical
    Photochromic
    yes
    Technical Features
    SuperFlow System
    Frame
    minimalist
    Face Size
    medium to large
    Strap
    full silicone
    Recommended Use
    skiing, backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    They reinvented the wheel

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I don't know why it took so long for such a simple solution but Julbo brought it home with these. I've had mine for almost two years and man I can't say I have a single complaint which says a lot for goggles. Just pop the lens when you get on the tram or if you're heating up on the skin track and you save yourself the biggest headache skiers and snowboarders face. And the Snow tiger lens is perfect for all round use.

    Unbelievable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've used these goggles for 75 plus days this season and I couldn't be happier. They do exactly what they claim on the uphill and they refuse to to fog up. There have been sincerely jealous friends on stormy days when I was able to wear a single set of goggles for the up and down while others struggled with sunglasses and clear goggles.
    The snow tiger lense is a perfect all-rounder except for the worst storm days and the brightest blue bird days.

    Unbelievable

    Great visibility for the up & down

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using these goggles all season (approx 30 days so far) and have been super impressed with the fit and vision. Never fogging while going uphill or downhill. (it's pretty easy to just "pop" open the lens to ventilate :) I've also been impressed with the lenses when the light gets flat, maybe the most valuable time?

    Impressive in flat light

      I just received a pair of these in white and I was very impressed after using them the first time. The snowtiger lenses seem to adjust very well to changing light conditions and are dark enough for the bright blue bird days in the southwest but I was also very excited with how they performed in flat light, swirling snow conditions. I was really able to read the terrain coming through bumps and variable conditions. Haven't put the touring mode to the test yet but very satisfied so far.

      Not a workhorse

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Welp, I'm kinda bummed. Day two of owning these. Can make them fog on a short hike. Useless if your digging a quick pit (opened or closed) cool idea no doubt. Maybe sunny Colorado will do better. 12/25 in Montana after two feet of snow... Not so much. Hope to update this when I'm back in co

      Actually works for the up

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is the first pair of goggles which actually works for backcountry ascents as well as the descents. I've seldom used goggles for the backcountry as I have to stop, take my pack off, pull the goggs out, put them on, ski and then repeat the process. Instead, I predominately use the Julbo Trek sun glasses, which are almost goggle-like, except for now. I've spent three days touring in the wind, rain, howling snow and flat light with these goggles and never once had to take them off or had them fog up. The pop out lens is not only a great idea, but it works well.

      The Snow Tiger lens is also quite dark, which I really like for backcountry skiing as the white snow is so reflective.

      It actually works

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I checked one of these out through a friend before I bought it and I have to say I'm really stoked on them. The lens pushes out and snaps back into place really easily. Haven't tested if they fog yet, just waiting for it to snow! But I suspect they'll work great.

      I'd love to know if the Snow Tiger category 2-3 lens gets dark enough for a bluebird day above tree line.