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Julbo: The World Needs Your Vision

March 13, 2015

Julbo: The World Needs Your Vision

From the mountains of the Jura to the world’s highest summits this is the Julbo story. Created in 1888 from the passion and drive of Jules Baud, the company is still a family business and has never stopped innovating.

From the first glacier sunglasses in the early 20th century to its latest range of technical eyewear for skiing, mountaineering, sailing, paddling, trail running, travel and more, Julbo has always been inspired by the same philosophy: to share our vision of adventure. It’s a vision we invite you to discover.

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