Julbo Motion Eyewear

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Say goodbye to sunglasses that get in the way and break up the view when wearing a helmet. The Motion boasts Julbo’s Zebra photochromic lens, which offers an incredible vision spectrum. The Motion weighs a mere eight grams and is complete with leading-edge technology and exceptional comfort for all sports activities.

Julbo Motion Eyewear Pro Review

I have been wearing and testing the new Julbo Motion sunglasses for a couple of months while mountain biking in all sorts of terrain and weather conditions. They have been in rain, snow, dense fog, and bright sunshine while on terrain varying from smooth singletrack to rough and tumble rock gardens. They offer incredible clarity, comfort and a panoramic field of vision. Continue reading →


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