Julbo Whoops Eyewear

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MSRP : $89.95

Product Description

Julbo created the Whoops Sunglasses to fit small faces and give the wearer plenty of confidence that an impact won't lead to buying a new pair. The Spectron 3 lenses offer crystal clear vision and enough shock resistance to handle mountain bike wrecks and big falls on climbing routes. Wide temples block out peripheral light and add extra durability, so these shades will still be going strong even when you're laid up at home waiting for your knee to heal.

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Trying to find a video (Lower whoops trail in Bend, Oregon)

So I'm hoping someone can help me find a video. I've searched Vimeo & YouTube with no luck. The video has a handful of riders shredding the lower whoops trail in Bend, Oregon. The camera angle(s) are not all first person I.E. handlebar mount, helmet etc... It looks like a professional edit. At the e ... Read More »


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The trail that parallels Whoops...

I finally found this trail, that parallels lower Whoops (thanks to Sketchbook for mentioning it in another thread). It is a nice change of pace than riding up road 310. Does this trail have a name? Riding up it today, I was wondering if it was a rogue trail, but there are clearly trail markin ... Read More »

Whoops! Fox Float RP23

So I was doing the service on my girlfriends shock (Fox Float RP23 on a Rocky Mountain Element 70) and may have gone too far. I made the mistake of pulling the compression rebound adjust knobs out before I realized I could really only service the air sleeve myself. Now I can't get the rebound adjust ... Read More »

Video - The Whoops of Seven Sisters

10 minute video of the Whoops of Seven Sisters, part of the Kinsey Trail system. I can't seem to get the pixelation down to a minimum after compression for Vimeo upload. If you have any tips or tricks, I would love to try them! Filmed at 48fps using the garmin VIRB. [video=vimeo;83950345]http:// ... Read More »

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