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Ready for a splash.
Built for days on the water, your Julbo Polarized Paddle Sunglasses will see you through lazy river floats and whitewater runs alike. The polarized lens is fit for the sea or the mountain, helping to reduce glare while you're out all day. Grip Tech temples and the Nose Grip helps these shades stay securely on your head, while Julbo's bubble frame sticks air bubbles in the body material to maintain float in case you do drop them in.
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- Technical sunglasses built for days on the water
- Polarized lens for enhanced protection
- Grip Tech temples and Nose Grip stays in place
- Bubble frame is designed to float in case you drop them
- Cord attachment holes to keep track of your shades
- Item #JUL007S
- Q & A
New favorite sunnies
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These glasses are fantastic. The lenses are easily the first thing I noticed when I put them on. They are a beautiful tone with impeccable clarity and covered my entire field of vision. I got the tortoise and I love the color. The built in strap keeps them conveniently hanging from my neck when I donât need them. The foam on the strap is a little bulky but not noticeable when mid-activity and definitely worth it if you happen to drop them in the river during a helmet swap like I did. They were easy to find floating on the surface even in some creeky water. The only negatives are they donât fit great under sweet protection kayak helmets (but pretty much no sunglasses do) and they were pretty tight on my head. I started to really feel them squeezing above my ears after a couple hours after wearing them. But after a quick break they felt great again. Highly recommended!
Great for water sports!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I'm using these for kitesurfing and paddle boarding, and they've been perfect so far. They float on their own, but they also come with a lanyard that sits comfortably behind your head and secures the sunglasses to your head. I've taken lots of falls with these on, and they haven't come off so far, but it's nice to know that they would float if they were to come off.