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Julbo Monterosa Camel Photochromic Polarized Sunglasses - Women's

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Monterosa Polarized Photochromic Camel Sunglasses

The Julbo Monterosa Sunglasses combine fashion and function when you're on the highest peaks and brightest locations on earth. The Camel Antifog Lens provides excellent eye protection without limiting your vision, using both polarization and photochromic technologies in order to give you the clearest view every time. The frame features a wraparound design that will stay put if you're out on the trial, and its sports-friendly shape is further bolstered by grippy temples that won't slip off your ears.

  • Snazzy sports shades you can take from the mountains to the streets
  • Total-cover shape provides maximum sun protection in harsh climates
  • Photochromic lenses change according to the intensity of light
  • Polarization eliminates distracting glare off snow or water
  • Removable side shields provide additional coverage in bright sun
  • Anti-fog coating helps prevent condensation during active pursuits
  • Grip Tech inserts hold tight to your head without catching hair
  • Item #JUL0133

NXT Photochromic (polyurethane)
Nose/Temple Pads
Grip Tech
Base Curve
Frame Dimensions
[lens/bridge/temple] 58 x 39 / 15 / 130mm
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
casual, alpine hiking, fishing
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65


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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Game Changing

I've put it through the wringer
5` 10"
145 lbs

I purchased these because my regular sunglasses were not cutting it for ski touring in the sunny high elevation of Southern Colorado. I intended to use these only for uphill ski climbing and due to having fairly sensitive eyes never ski downhill with sunnys. Until now. Wow, these fit my face in such a way that the wind, sunglare, and snow flakes don't stand a chance. I am so stoked to be able to do ski tour laps sans goggles. Definitely not adequate for a blizzard but so sweet at keeping out wind and light snow. The sun protection is awesome as well as the transition from sunny bowls to shady trees. My eyes have not been happier.

>Rating: 4

Pretty Awesome Glacier Goggles

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I loved these and used them for all my adventures from November-May each year for hiking in the snow. They get super dark and prevent snow headaches, but lighten up enough to drive home at dusk with no problem. There are only two problems, (1) they must not have tested these on women with long hair because the "stem ends" grabbed and pulled out my hair all the time, this was fixed with some pocket knife skills on the trail one day when it got too frustrating, but that's why I'm only giving them 4 stars; and (2) I lost them while glissading down Mount Timpanogos' Everest Ridge. The lenses are seriously the best. Plus when the snow-colored shields fell off in snow I called Julbo and they sent me some bright turquoise ones for free... now if only I could get them to send me a replacement pair ;)


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Julbo Monterosa Sunglasses


What category are these lenses as they darken from lightest to darkest? Thanks.