Julbo Kitty Eyewear

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MSRP : $39.95

Product Description

Protection from the sun all year long is crucial for everyone, especially little kids. Hook your little lady up with the Julbo Girls' Kitty Sunglasses. Recommended for 6- to 10-year-olds, this eyewear is truly designed to stay on your active offspring's head, no matter what she's doing. Skiing, snowboard, chasing butterflies, or just plain old horesplay in the sun can cause irreversible damage to her eyes.

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Big Kitty seen just west of NTM - raawwrr!

here's a photo my neighbor took of big kitty on Tucker gulch trail, just west of the base of NTM yesterday. he apparently hung out there for a while till F&W were brought in, they nailed him w/ some tranquilizers and relocated him to an undisclosed location. apparently homeowners on the trail we ... Read More »

Kitty Cat sighting by ART

I was finishing my ride last night behind White Pines Lake in Arnold. I was on the road which leads up to the OHV and old section of the Arnold Rim Trail. I heard a noise while on the road above the creek looked up thought it was a huge Golden Retriever. Looked closer because it was dusk and re ... Read More »

SanTan Kitty

My second time around the SanTan Loop on Hedgehog on Sunday these footies were following on top of my previous tire tracks. Happy riding :thumbsup:Read More »

Huckin' Kitty meet Hoverin' Kitty!

LMFAO! [url=http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-cat-helicopter-takes-flight-20120604,0,4470173.story]A flying cat? Dutch artist turns dead feline into a helicopter - latimes.com[/url]Read More »

I saw a biiiiiig kitty in the McDowells evening of 2-17!

Right at the top of the Dixie Mine hill. Sorry, I did not get a picture. We surprised each other, and I elected to grab my pepper spray canister instead of my camera (I hang my head in shame). I was stopped, very close (maybe <75 ft) and kept a grip on my bike with one hand and the canister with the ... Read More »

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