Julbo Race 2.0 Nautic


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The Race 2.0 frame has been perfectly designed to suit the needs of the avid sailor. 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.

When the sunlight is reflecting off the water, the Octopus lens actively darkens to a category 4 - higher the number the darker the lens - to filter out those UV rays, and will lighten to a category 2 lens when things start to get a bit cloudy. The hydrophobic coating will prevent water smudges and the polarizing lens will reduce the inevitable water glare.

These glasses come with a handy floating cord, just in case they end up in the water!

  • Weight: 30g
  • 3D Fit Nose
  • Side Venting
  • Floating cord
  • Grip Tech
  • Curved, wrapping temples
  • RX Trem
  • Panoramic
  • RX Clip
  • Optical clip
  • Asian Fit
  • Cord attachment hole


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