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Julbo Trek Sunglasses - Spectron 4 Lens


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    3 Reviews


    Mountain to valley and everywhere in between.

    The Julbo Trek Sunglasses with Spectron 4 Lenses are lightweight and sleek, but they still pack enough power to protect your eyes from off-snow glare while you're on glaciers. When you're back in lower elevations, pop out the removable wings and you're set for chill hikes and climbs.

    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.

    • Spectron 4 lenses are tough and have an anti-reflective coating so you don't get distracted by your own eyes staring back at you
    • Removable wings block light and glare from the snow and can be left behind when you're back in the valley
    • Grip-tech sculpted inserts on the stems help these sunglasses stay put
    • Item #JUL0207

    Tech Specs

    Spectron 4 (polycarbonate)
    Face Size
    fits most
    Frame Measurements
    69 x 12 x 115 mm
    Nose Pads
    Temple Pads
    Recommended Use
    runnning, climbing
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    Great for glacier travel / skiing

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    This is my go to for ski touring and mountaineering in the summer. Very comfortable fit and really good coverage on my face. Definitely a little more "techie" looking but all that design comes out in great performance. They come with an adjustable "croakie -style" clip that can be used to dangle them on your neck which is nice for when you're in the tent or around camp later in the day. They also come with a detachable sweat blocking piece of plastic with a little goggle foam on it but i just removed this as they felt like they fit better that way.
    Other (+)
    -Great airflow, I don't think they've ever fogged
    -Julbo Cat 4 lenses are by far the best for snow travel, way darker than anything else
    -Moldable ear for a custom fit

    Only (-)
    -I had to trim the nose pad a bit to get these to sit slightly tighter to my cheeks. I was getting a little bit too much light in through the bottom of the glasses but i think by trimming down the nose pad with my knife i've solved the issue. Can't take a star away for that, just a funny shaped head ;)

    Essential Snow Gear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Julbo Trek glasses make it into my personal "All Time Great" list of backcountry skiing accessories. They feature the Spectron 4 lens, which is roughly twice as dark as any of the other sunglasses out there, which makes it perfect for bright, white snow.

    The frames are strong, yet flexible and take an amazing beating. I also like how you can add or remove the side wings to increase ventilation.

    To me, this glasses are kind of like a half goggle, half sunglass, which makes them perfect for all around activities.

    Great For Backcountry Skiing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Julbo makes a very nice, dark lens (Spectron 4) which works very well for bright snow conditions. These glasses are excellent for backcountry skiing as they are light and open enough on the sides that they don't fog up when skinning (most of the time..), but also provide downhill goggle-like eye protection.

    The Trek has two side shades and a top bumper which can (and I have) removed.

    One negative with them is the injection mold lines for the arms are right on the top and bottom, which puts a sharp edge right on top of your ear. I trimmed mine off and they now are very comfy.

    Unanswered Question

    Would these glasses work for an asian face? I have tried the Julbo Explorers and they are just way too narrow. I want the protection from Julbo glasses but honestly I have not found a single frame from them that would fit my asian face. Would the Trek's fit a face/head that is flatter/larger with a lower nose bridge?

    Are these for larger or smaller faces? I...

    Are these for larger or smaller faces? I have a big dome and usually fit better into wider sunglasses with larger lenses.