Julbo Run Eyewear

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MSRP : $159.95

Product Description

You don't have time to fuss with interchangeable lenses when you're out on the trail, so pull on the photochromic Julbo Run Sunglasses and enjoy the adjusting tint of the Zebra lenses. Built with the trail runner and mountain biker in mind, the Run features a sturdy, helmet-compatible acetate frame and scratch-resistant, anti-fog lenses that adjust with changing light conditions. The wide wrapping profile gives you an increased field of view, and shock-absorbing nose and temple pads help these s

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