Julbo Race Eyewear

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

Zebra® lens: photochromic, progressive protection Cat.2 to 4. Antifog.
Parabolic Nose System: Julbo exclusive adjustable nose. An innovating concept used to project the lens forward to optimize ventilation during activity.
Morpho Nose: flexible, shock-proof and non-slip nose insert for perfect grip in total comfort.
HCD concept: highwrap lens geometry for an extra-wide field of vision.
Anti Shock Insert: Shock-proof elastomer absorber at the temples for optimized protection.
Rubber Tip: optimized grip at end of temples thanks to an elastomer insert.
Extra flat elastic cord: adjustable for a perfect grip.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by pitstoppaul a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: July 6, 2007

Strengths:    Build quality, value, looks, comes with sports strap, ten times better fit than Oakleys or Smiths.

Weaknesses:    None so far. Although a couple more color choices might of been nice. Right now there are only Asphalt Grey and Black frames available with Lime Green accents. Trust me, in real life the lime green with black frame looks SO awesome. The pictures online are very very misleading.

Bottom Line:   
The pictures on the site do not these shades justice at all. They look quite cheap looking and kind of ugly to be honest as well (in pictures). In real life these shades look awesome!!!

I really bought these because I didn't want to shell out $185 - $200 bucks on Oakley Transitions (comparable to Photochromatic from Julbo). With that, was willing to forgo style and some build quality for $80! What a surprise, these shades are WELL built, stay firm on your face (nose piece is just out of this world), all aspects / pieces are just impressive. Oakley is such an overpriced product, with celebs on the front pages. Don't be fooled, go Julbo and never look back!

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Price Paid:    $80.00

Purchased At:   Ebay

Similar Products Used:   Looked at Oakley Faders, M Frame, and Smiths.

Bike Setup:   S-Works Tarmac, Mavic Ksyrium ES, 105 Shim, and Conti GP Attacks.



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