- March 1 2010
Very nice monochromatic lens's adjust quickly and effectively. I need to slide the glasses slightly forward on my face during times of high physical exertion to avoid fogging.
Walter B Hill
- December 27 2005
When I was packing for my ski trip this year I notice my old ski glasses were broken, so I need to get a pair in a hurry before i left for Colorado and it happen. Great service and extra fast delivery.
- September 19 2004
One great pair of glasses
These sunglasses are quite possibly the greatest creation in eyewear since the world left the monacle behind for full frames. They block out the harsh desert sunshine here in Las Vegas with ease from all angles and comfortably fit my enlarged cranium. While galavanting around town, scaling cliffs or punishing yourself trudging up steep mountainsides you will thank the powers that be (r&d) that Julbo created this masterpiece. Great for semi-sunny days as well due to their photochromatic capabilities. One complaint: lack of rubber nose pads causes some probiscus slippage during high intensity, jarring activities that produce copious amounts of perspiration.
- September 7 2004
great for the approach
These are great glasses for the approach to any glaciated peaks and would probably work okay for a day of snow, but your going to need the X6 if you are spending more time on a mountain. i live in Los Angeles and drive with them all the time -couldn't be happier!
- August 20 2004
These are great glasses - too dark for driving, but great for snow and mountaineering. I've taken mine to the top of Mt. Shasta and to Cotopaxi in Ecuador. An interesting side effect is that instead of looking like an alien dork with leather on the sides of my eyes, with these glasses, I can't keep the women off of me. The black frames with silver shields seem like some kind of phermone. Or maybe it's just that I haven't showered in the previous three days I've been climbing. Whatever it is, I like these glasses. :)