Please choose from the options above to see price and availability.
Product prices and availability are accurate as of 2016-05-29 12:12:51 BST and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on http://www.amazon.com/ at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
Description of Julbo Micropore Mountain Sunglasses by Julbo
Truthdig Bazaar are happy to present the famous Julbo Micropore Mountain Sunglasses.
With so many on offer right now, it is great to have a brand you can recognise. The Julbo Micropore Mountain Sunglasses is certainly that and will be a great purchase.
For this price, the Julbo Micropore Mountain Sunglasses comes widely recommended and is always a regular choice for lots of people. Julbo have provided some nice touches and this equals good value for money.
At high altitudes, intense light, dazlle and variations in lighting conditions are extreme. Fresh snow reflects 85% of solar radiation and the uv index increases 10% every 1,000 m. Mountaineers need to be able to rely on materials that are absolutely safe and which they do not need to think about. Boasting mineral lenses, moldable sprung bronze temples, a metal frame, leather side shieldsand nosepiece, the Micropores remains the standard in mountain exploration. With complete coverage, perfect hold and absolute comfort, you can set your sights on any summit. Includes the Spectron 3 polycarbonate lens, light but with excellent shock resistance, this verstile lens is suitable for all types of sports activities.
Leather covers protect generations of mountain enthusiasts
Inserts at stem ends for comfort and hold, does not stick to hair
Frame is ideal for Rx lenses
Stem ends bend in every direction, easy to wear and good hold when worn with helmet, beanie or alone
Removable side shields
In his latest book, Chris Hedges investigates what social and psychological factors cause revolution, rebellion, and resistance. Autographed copies are now available, as well as a Truthdig Original DVD of a book talk by Chris Hedges.