Julbo is a French company that has been making sunglasses since 1888. They have been protecting the eyes of mountaineers and glacier travelers ever since. They are the leaders in photochromatic (transition) lenses which are great for all day snow and rock pursuits.
What do mountains, diamonds, and your pitch to your significant other to let you buy one more pair of skis have in common? They're all masterpieces, and masterpieces take time to craft. Julbo spent 10 years developing the REACTIV lens technology, and it t..
Your face is the most common place to forget the Julbo Aerolites. Built on the same platform as the Aero, the Aerolite is an equally high-performance optic, only slightly narrower and even lighter. A rimless lens design paired with massive ventilation cut..
Whether you're skiing, running, or biking, the Julbo Aerospeed sunglasses meet the highest standard for full-coverage, performance sunwear. Regardless of if you have a wide face or just like your sunglasses extra wide, the giant photochromic Julbo REACTIV..
Now the award-winning SuperFlow system is available in a more affordable goggle. The Airflux sports the same amazing ventilation found in the Aerospace, but without the chromatic lenses. Instead, the goggles are fitted with an assortment of Julbo Spectron..
Finally, some goggles that work for uphill skiing. Julbo has an ingeniously simple plan for tackling the inevitable fogging that occurs if you ski with a typical goggle in the backcountry. With their unique system, all you need to do is pull the lens away..
When the sun is shining and the powder is fresh, skiers tend to choose sunglasses over goggles because of how well they breathe and vent heat. Once the storm hits, though, and the hills are socked in and covered in swirling snow, goggles become a necessit..