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Whether you're gearing up for a trail day or training for a 12-hour endurance race on your mountain bike, the Julbo Race 2.0 Sunglasses with Zebra Photochromic lenses will see you through to the finish line. Featuring Julbo's top-of-the-line Zebra lenses, the Race 2.0 will adjust to the always changing light conditions you encounter while you train and race, while their anti-fog coating resists fogging when you're pushing it hard up a steep climb during a cool early morning ride or run. The frame and lenses work together to push breezes along the sides of the lenses to keep air circulating and reduce heat buildup, and the curved, wrapping shape offers a wide field of vision. Being apart of Julbo's performance line of eyewear, the Race 2.0 features Grip Tech temples and a 3D Fit nose that can be adjusted to deliver a secure and comfortable fit against the face, so you can use your hands to run and not push your shades back up your nose.
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- Zebra Antifog Photochromic lenses
- Polycarbonate lens material
- Panoramic lens shape
- Side venting
- Curved temples
- Grip Tech temple pads
- 3D Fit nose pads
- Item #JUL005C
- Q & A
Perfect on all but the brightest days.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have a pair of julbo glasses with the Zebra lenses that I have used for skiing. I find they are perfect for bright days, but on late afternoon exits they are sometimes darker than I would like. The Race 2.0 with the Zebra Light lenses are perfect for all but the brightest days. At dusk they seem nearly clear, and in full sun they offer substantial protection. The fit is medium and the lenses are large and offer a lot of coverage. The nose piece fits me really well, and running in them is pleasure 'cause they stay put. I forget I have them on even pounding downhill. They are light and have flexible temples that fit under/around helmet straps. Unless you are in the high alpine on really bright days these seem like a great solution to lots of recreational situations.
Awesome shades. A little bigger than medium. Definitely Zebra Light and not Zebra.
Is it "Zebra light"?
It looks like "Zebra light" on the picture, but it is not mentioned in the description.