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Available Now: Julbo Aerospace Fog Free Goggle

January 18, 2017

Available Now: Julbo Aerospace Fog Free Goggle

Julbo has created the first goggle that works just as well when climbing as hurtling down the mountain!

The revolutionary 360º ventilation on the Aerospace Goggle allows you to open the lens in warm conditions, when ascending or when sitting on the chairlift, and close the lens for complete protection from snow, wind and sun! The Aerospace Goggle is ideal for Resort, Backcountry and Cross Country skiing.

Stay fog free regardless of the conditions!

The Julbo Aerospace Goggle is available in a variety of colours with Julbo’s photochromic lenses including Snow Tiger, Cameleon, Zebra and Zebra Light.

The Julbo Aerospace goggle is available now.

Learn more about the Julbo photochromic lens range and the technology & advantages available


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