Airflux Goggles

Airflux Goggles

Julbo

$149.95

Julbo is making its SuperFlow System technology accessible to everyone. Now we can all benefit from the best ventilation developed for a winter sports goggle. Say good-bye to fogging in the cable car, when you're waiting to get going or you're working hard! Minimalist Frame for a super-wide field of vision and a ventilated, spherical lens: Airflux offers maximum comfort both in action and when you stop.

  • Air Flow : Venting incorporated into the frame for good air circulation to prevent formation of fogging.
  • Anatomic frame : Cuts on the frame for more flexibility.
  • Anti-fog coating : The inner surface of the lens has an additional anti-fog coating.
  • Axis strap system : Pivoting joint on strap for improved helmet compatibility.
  • Dual Soft Foam : Two layers of foam for optimum comfort and shock absorption with a soft-touch layer for softer contact with skin.
  • Full silicone strap : Strap lined with a silicone strip for perfect grip.
  • Minimalist Frame : Super-slim frame to give extra-wide field of vision from every angle. The skier's view is completely clear both laterally and vertically.
  • Polycarbonate lens
  • Spherical double lens
  • SuperFlow System : Thanks to the SuperFlow System, the lens can be easily pushed forward - even when wearing gloves - for better heat management and prevention of fogging when climbing or after any exertion.
  • Superflow System Patent : This product incorporates ventilation technology covered by *European* patent application (*EP3344204*) and ventilation technology patented and licensed from ESS, U.S. Patent No 6,718,561.
  • Symmetrical adjustment : Two loops either side of the strap for symmetrical adjustment in the blink of an eye.
  • Ventilated lens : Additional ventilation via the lens to prevent any fogging.
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