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The Julbo Vermont Classic Sunglasses are traditional sunglasses for mountaineers. It's all about the round lens, leather side shields and leather nose piece. The slick, classic look takes you high up onto the mountaintop, eyes protected from the harmful sun. Or just rock 'em while in town, telling tales of your adventures high up in the atmosphere. Be sure to choose a particularly sunny day, these lenses are dark, dark dark. How mysterious.
Rated 5 out of
Epic AntiquesStill getting compliments on the slopes with these shades. Takes a little while to get the ear holders in the right position but they're durable wire and hold the bend you give them. I use these for snowy hiking or skiing but you have to be careful with a bandana or they fog up. The shading is perfect for the snow and the leather between the eyes is removable for a better air flow if necessary. Overall, just like the old days
Date published: 2016-01-05
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perscription... can I send and have a lens made or ...?
Asked by: visual prose
Thanks for reaching out to us. This is a actually a very popular question, and I'm glad you brought it up. YES, it is possible to have a lens made for these. We've had several customers who have done it. Your best bet will be to double check with your optician beforehand. Most opticians will replace lenses at a nominal price.