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Dynafit Sky Pro Sunglasses


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In the high alpine, solar radiation can be paradoxical. Who expects to be boiling hot in a land covered in snow and ice? For intrepid glacier travelers who know the importance of full protection, the Dynafit Sky Pro Sunglasses are a ready-made solution. Anchored by a reactive photochromic lens, these glasses will shade your peepers even in the most sun-drenched environments while still adjusting for cloud cover or the occasional crevasse visit where less shaded lenses become necessary. Side shields ensure reflected sunlight won’t cause long-term eye fatigue, but along with a sweat bar on the frames, are removable to enable greater air circulation. For your next visit to the Cascades, the high Andes, or other exposed zones, make sure the Dynafit Sky Pro comes along with you.

  • Photochromic Cat 2-4 lenses adjust in seconds as needed for partly sunny to extremely bright, reflected light.
  • Side shields and forehead bar protect against glacier sun and sweat.
  • Hydrophobic, hard coating lens finish holds up against scratches.
  • Silicone no slip nosepad and mega grip rubber temples hold the glasses around your eyes, not down your nose.
  • Frames host small cutouts to encourage air circulation.

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Questions & Reviews

Question from Mitch
Does anyone have experience on how the glasses fit on the bottom of the eyes toward your face? Wondering if they are snug enough to not allow reflecting light from bright glaciers underneath the lenses and into the eyes.
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Mitch,

It doesn't completely seal, at least on my face, there is a little bit of a gap - presumably to allow for better breathability during high efforts. It is a pretty similar gap (for me) to the Julbo Ultimate Cover. I think it would be sufficient for pretty bright conditions, but of course everyone's face is a little different. I do have some glacier glasses from Julbo (Explorer 2.0s) which fit tighter to the face, but I do also get fogging more easily with these as a result.
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Question from IAG
Are the Sky Pro photochromatic lenses polarized?
Answer from Jeff
Hello IAG, Yes. From Dynafit 'They protect reliably from UVA, UVB and UVC rays. "
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Stephen C (used product regularly)
I use these for everything from biking to hiking to skiing. Overall they work really well in brighter conditions above treeline. They don't do well in low-light conditions, they just don't let in enough light. For those conditions I use Julbo Fury sunglasses that go all the way clear. These are more comfortable than the Julbos, though, and better in bright conditions. For brighter conditions where it's not going to get too shady, they are the best sunglasses I've used.
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Question from Simon Granda
Could you please let me know the width of these glasses?
Answer from Emmett I

At the hinges, between the outsides of the frames measured about 14.5cm, while between the insides measured about 13cm.
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Question from Ben
Has anyone had a chance to test the photochromic performance of these glasses yet? I have used Julbo and other photochromic lenses for skiing for the last few years, and the lenses tend to stay on the darker side of their range when used on snow, especially in colder conditions. I understand this is somewhat consistent across most photochromic lenses, but has Dynafit (or anyone else for that matter) been able to make a photochromic lens that functions better for skiing?
Answer from Emmett I

I've used the Ultra Pros and have heard a decent amount of feedback on the Sky Pros. The Ultras have been pretty good, much better than other photochromatic lenses I've used that lighten far slower than they darken. Sunset is still difficult, but I've had no issues with them on cloudy days, sunny days, and even at night. From what I've heard, the Sky Pros are very similar, just up a cat in tint. So I would expect them to be great for sunny days, great for overcast, and decent in patchy/alternating between sunny and cloudy days.
Answer from Eric P
Hey Ben, I would echo what Emmett said. The Ultra Pro 1-3 is basically clear while the Sky Pro gets quite a bit darker. The only time I have had issues with them in going from super bright Colorado sunshine into shaded trees. The lenses have a hard time keeping up. But I think all photochromatic lenses have issue in this situation.
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