Julbo Race 2.0


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Tortoise Grey / Orange - Zebra Light Soft 1 - 3



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The Race 2.0 frame has been perfectly designed to suit the needs of the avid adventurer. The 3D fit nose grip and curved wrapping arms will keep the glasses secure on your face, and the shape provides panoramic vision while simultaneously allowing direct ventilation to prevent them from fogging up.

The Zebra Light lens is photochromic, meaning it will adapt to the light conditions to keep you seeing clearly as you move through patches of sun and shade, ranging from category 1 to category 3. It is also treated with anti-fog technology to prevent the glasses from misting up when you're working at your hardest.

These glasses are a great choice for runners, racers and mountain bikers!

  • Weight: 26g
  • Photochromic
  • Anti-fog
  • 3D fit nose
  • Side venting
  • Grip tech arms with curved, wrapping temples
  • Panoramic view
  • RX clip and RX Trem adaptable


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