Sherpa

Sherpa

Julbo

$49.95

The Sherpa are lightweight, classic mountaineering glacier glasses. The curved, wrapping temples are shaped and cut for better grip while moving quickly in the mountains and the removable leather covers (side shields) have protected generations of mountain enthusiasts. Also featuring:
  • 360° adjustable temples: The ends of the temples can be moved in all directions. Under a helmet, over a hat or on the head, the frames are held in place.
  • Total Cover: Maximum protection from sunlight in extreme conditions.
Offering one lens options:

Spectron 3 polycarbonate lens provides category 3 protection from the suns UV ray's (VLT 13%) are shatterproof, have an anti-fog coating and are suitable for use in in all outdoor activities.

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The Sherpa are lightweight, classic mountaineering glacier glasses. The curved, wrapping temples are shaped and cut for better grip while moving quickly in the mountains and the removable leather covers (side shields) have protected generations of mountain enthusiasts. Also featuring:

  • 360° adjustable temples: The ends of the temples can be moved in all directions. Under a helmet, over a hat or on the head, the frames are held in place.
  • Total Cover: Maximum protection from sunlight in extreme conditions.

Offering one lens options:

Spectron 3 polycarbonate lens provides category 3 protection from the suns UV ray’s (VLT 13%) are shatterproof, have an anti-fog coating and are suitable for use in in all outdoor activities.

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