Superb looks and performance from these goggles will let you make the most of your time on the snow. An amazingly wide field of vision, a quality versatile lens and great venting make these great goggles for a range of conditions.
With Aerospace, Julbo has created the first goggle that works just as well when climbing as hurtling down the mountain! This goggle came about in response to feedback from riders on the approach routes, before tackling the virgin slopes. To avoid misting during ascents, the SuperFlow System enables the screen to edge forward for greater ventilation, while remaining perfectly protected from the sun's rays. Add to that the very best Julbo technologies: a spherical screen and Minimalist Frame for XXL vision. Aerospace is available with all the Julbo photochromic technical screens: Zebra, Zebra light, Cameleon and Snow Tiger. The ideal goggle for all those who want a maximum of ventilation during a great day's skiing and no misting during breaks or in the cable car. Real comfort!
Julbo's Aerospace Cat 1-3 Goggles provide an impressively large field of vision to help you scope the best lines. They have loads of anti-fogging vents and these are very effective for days when the weather is against you. They also have silicon strips that provide a great amount of grip on the strap so it stays in place even when you're eating snow and this is the same whether it's directly on your head and hair or around your helmet. The googles have a really good, subtle style to them and have been really durable so far.
These come with Zebra 1-3 lenses which cover Cat. 1 through to Cat 3. levels of protection. The versatility of these photochromic lenses with anti-fog coating are the highest performance for anyone who needs glasses able to cope with everyday conditions right up the use in the mountains. The lenses appear light and bright which makes you question the level of protection when you first wear them compared to a simple Cat. 3 lens but they are certainly up to the task and work well in any conditions.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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