Julbo Vermont Classic


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Black - Spectron 4 Lens



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These classic mountaineer's sunglasses have withstood the test of time. Reissued by Julbo due to their legendary status, the Vermont glasses will provide you with the necessary sun protection you need in the mountains, whilst providing the classic look of the discerning, traditional mountaineer.

The leather side shields are symbol of glacier sunglasses, and provide complete protection from the harsh sunlight. The curved arms can be adjusted in every direction, allowing you to get the perfect, secure fit.

The Spectron 4 lens is a category 4 lens, perfectly suited to the exceptionally bright mountain conditions and providing the ultimate shield from the damaging UV rays.

  • Total protection
  • Category 4 Spectron 4 lens
  • Traditional look
  • 360 degree adjustable temples
  • Leather side shields


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