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JULBO

Julbo CHAM - Sunglasses - chrome white/brown flash silver

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This product is not eligible for discount vouchers.

Use: mountaineering


FEATURES:

  • Sunglasses
  • Model: adult
  • Ideal for mountaineering
  • Light and comfortable
  • Optimal protection from harmful sun rays and extreme conditions
  • Recommended for sports exposed to high reverberation
  • Weight: 39 g

LENSES:

  • Colour: brown flash silver
  • Spectron 4 lenses
  • Category: 4
  • Transmission rate: 5 %
  • Ideal for very sunny weather
  • 100% UV protection
  • Base: 6
  • Anti-reflective coating, improves optical comfort by eliminating parasitic reflections
  • Reinforce light filtration with a mirror effect
  • Reflect light beams and increase filter effect
  • Excellent shock resistance
  • Composition: polycarbonate

FRAME:

  • Colour: chrome / white
  • Resistant and flexible
  • Excellent hold
  • Leather shells for better protection against the sun
  • Adjustable temples at 360°, the temples can be oriented in all directions, under a helmet, on a cap or bare head, the glasses are held in place
  • Soft grip temples that won't stick to your hair

DIMENSIONS:

  • Lens width: 50 mm
  • Lens width: 58 mm
  • Bridge: 19 mm
  • Temple: 145 mm

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* Price recommended by the supplier in 2018

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€109.00 Incl. Tax

€130.00 Incl. Tax *

CATEGORY:

 

Category 4 lenses are the strongest of all, they can filter up to 97% of sunlight. They are only used in situations of extreme sunlight, for example for mountaineering on glaciers or on high mountains where the sunlight is increased tenfold due to reflections on ice and snow. The S4 sun filtration index is forbidden when driving as it alters vision and perception of colours.