Skydome Goggles

Skydome Goggles

Julbo

$270.00

The Skydome's oversize panoramic lens offers the maximum angle of vision and its frameless construction eliminates obstacles in the line of sight....all in a flexible and featherweight spec (5oz). Further considerations when making your google choice can be found HERE.

The goggles REACTIV photochromic lenses get darker or lighter to match changing light conditions and their visual clarity, lightness and strength make them effective when you are in the mountains in both poor and clear conditions. The REACTIV 1-3 offers a VLT rate of 17% to 75%. 

Other key features:-
  • Air Flow : Venting incorporated into the frame for good air circulation to prevent formation of fogging.
  • Anti-fog Coating : The inner surface of the lens has an additional anti-fog coating.
  • Double Adjustment Strap : Two loops either side of the strap for symmetrical adjustment in the blink of an eye.
  • Dual Density 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.
  • Invisible Strap Insertion : The strap is inserted directly into the frame support for a minimalist design.
  • Overstrap : Offset strap for compatibility with all types of helmet.
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