Julbo Blast


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Matt Black / Black - Polarised 3 CF Gold



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Designed specifically for the avid mountain biker, the Julbo Blast glasses will sit firmly in place no matter what terrain you and your bike will tackle due to the grip nose technology and flexible, grippy inserts in the curved arms.

The slim frame is designed to fit with a helmet and provides excellent venting to help prevent them from fogging up when you're working hard.

The wrap around style acts to give you better vision as well as added protection.

The polarized 3 CF lenses will filter out any glare and provide a category 3 protection. The CF part indicates the gold coloured mirrored film on the outer side of the lens, ensuring you look as cool as you feel! (Note, the picture shows the coloured film as a rather bright orange colour, in reality the colour is a more toned down natural gold.)

  • Wrap-around style
  • Grip nose and temple technology
  • Spectron 3 polarized lens


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