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Your sunglasses felt great during the first two miles of your trail run, but the long 900-foot climb left them slick with sweat and put a bit of fog along the top of the lenses. To make matters worse, the long descent that followed was littered with long sections of rock sandwiched between sections of loose dirt, which kept your eyes directed down towards the trail, and made your sunglasses slip down your nose between each step. Obscured vision is a tough pull to swallow, but you'll be ready for race day when you wear the Julbo Breeze Sunglasses with Spectron 3 CF lenses.
The lighweight frame is specifically designed to hang tight to your face thanks to fully adjustable temples and a 3D Fit nose pad that can be adapted to match the shape of your nose for a solid hold, even when you start to work up a sweat. The Breeze's lightweight construction offers a comfortable fit and reduces fatigue around the ears, while a full venting frame allows a constant supply of air to pass along the sides and bottoms of the lenses, ensuring minimal fogging when you push it to the top of another steep climb.
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- Spectron 3 CF lens with flash coating
- Panoramic lens shape
- Polycarbonate lens material
- 360-degree adjustable temples
- Grip Tech temple pads
- 3D Fit nose pads
- Full venting
- Q & A
No More Watery Eyes
I've been running a long time and I've never really thought I needed sunglasses. I have a funny nose and I don't really like to carry any more things than I have to. Recently though I was asked to try these out and I was really impressed. I thought that they wouldn't stay in place or fit my big nose but I didn't have any functional issues with them at all. I'm not in love with the way they look on my face but I guess I've never noticed how much I squint when the sun is out and how tense my face is because of the lighting. It was really nice to be able to relax my face! In the summer when it's really hot and I'm sweating, my eyes water really bad and the sunglasses gave me some relief from that.