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Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggles

$220.00 - $230.00

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  • Black - REACTIV High Mountain 2-4, One Size
  • Full Black/Multilayer Fire, One Size
  • Blue/Orange-Flash Blue, One Size

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Cyrius Photochromic Goggle

The Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggle's tint reacts to changing light conditions so you can ski bell-to-bell with the same goggle whether it's sunny, cloudy, or a combination of both throughout the day. Its Reactive photochromic lens is super wide and cylindrical to expand your field of vision, and its double lens construction includes an anti-fog coating to keep a crystal clear vision. The frameless design gives a sleek, minimalist style, and it has airflow vents and a helmet-compatible strap.
  • X-large goggle gives an unobstructed view of the line you're skiing
  • Photochromic lens reacts to changing light conditions on the slopes
  • Cylindrical double lens with anti-fog coating for crystal clarity
  • Helmet-compatible strap and dual soft foam with air flow vents
  • Please see size chart for lens tint information
  • Item #JUL009Q

Reactiv Photochromic
Technical Features
anti-fog coating, Air Flow
Face Size
full silicone
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

You won't notice them...

I've used it several times

And I'm pretty sure that's the point! I've been on the mountain with these since the start of the season and they have me really impressed. The red-tinted lens does a very good job of enhancing contrast, and if you never look through a Prizm or Chromapop lens you won't have a complaint. It's just not quite on the same leve that you get from Smith or Oakley. However, what these lack (only marginally) in contrast-boosting dyes they more than make up for with the VLT-adjusting tech. Last time out I got all 4 seasons in a few hours and the photochromic lens was as advertised. I didn't really notice it change tint as the sky went from heavily overcast and snowy to almost bluebird sunny, but I also never felt like I had the wrong lens on. Meanwhile, my buddy swapped out the lenses on his Smiths at least twice over the course of the day. As for comfort, the frame and foam feel fine. Oakley is in another league with their foam in my opinion, but the Cyrius's flexible frame should help these fit a wide variety of faces and the foam is more than comfortable enough for a full day on the mountain. The one thing I haven't been able to do in these is night riding but based on my experience in low light so far, I'd bet you could get away with it. Basically these goggles work well enough to make you forget you're wearing them.


Can you specify the lens in each of these goggles? There is no information to correlate this goggle and its individual color selections to the Julbo lens chart under "size chart."