JulboGroovy Photochromic Sunglasses

Get your groove on.

Bring some style that stands out on track, trail, or asphalt with the Julbo Women's Groovy Photochromic Sunglasses. The wide one-piece lens design not only brings a fashionable look, but it also provides a wide, uninterrupted field of vision. The photochromic lens automatically adjusts to changing light conditions, so you don't need to worry about changing lenses mid-run or ride, and it has an anti-fog treatment that keeps your view crystal clear.

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  • Lightweight frame
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  • Base six curve
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Love these glasses for darker days

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I absolutely love these glasses for ski touring and mountain biking. They are photochromic but the don't go that dark so the are a really good on cloudier days. I really like that these glasses protect your eyes and make it so you can see well on cloudy darker days. I also use this in bright days but other people might want a darker lens for that. I have a smaller face and I feel like these fit perfect on me!

Zebra lens not so great

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I've wanted to try Julbo's Zebra lens ever since it came out. I trail run quite a bit but waited until I found a pair on sale. Must admit that I am kind of disappointed. Here is the reason: I don't think that there is anything photocromic about these lenses--there is no transition happening that I could tell. I write that I am "kind of disappointed" because the lens works really well in shaded, wooded areas and trails where regular lenses might be too dark.


    Nice glasses, fit well, but if you're looking for a significant transition to a darker sunglass, it's not there. I was looking to use these in sunlight and bright snow conditions, but couldn't see any change in direct sunlight (even after 30 minutes).