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Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Ski Goggles

$249.95 - $259.95
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When it comes to broadening your field of vision, the Julbo Cyrius Photochromic Goggles don't mess around. Built with a cylindrical double lens and frameless design, these ski goggles ensure that no second is wasted on your way down the mountain, allowing you to pick the best line, every time. A double layer of soft foam creates a plush cushion that doesn't feel like your goggles are suction-cupped to your face while the anti-fog coating and Air Flow venting keep you from having to take your goggles off every run just to make sure they don't fog up. Rounded out by a photochromic lens that saves you from eyestrain and snow-blindness while your shredding, the Cyrius goggles are serious about you getting out on the snow and keeping you there.


  • Eye-opening technology so you never miss another pillow line
  • Air Flow built-in goggle vents keep condensed water-vapor at bay
  • Photochromic lens adapts to changes in ambient light
  • Cylindrical double lens eliminates blind spots
  • Anti-fog coating takes care of any excess water vapor
  • Symmetrical strap loops make for easy adjustments even with gloves on
  • Offset strap for universal helmet compatibility
  • Silicone backed strap keeps the goggles in place
  • Two layers of foam offer optimal comfort for a full day of shredding


  • Best Use: Skiing, Snowboarding
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Face Size: Extra Large
  • Lens Dimensions: 172 x 93 mm
  • Weight: 4.23 oz

Lens Options

  • [REACTIV 0-4 High Contrast]: Photochromic, category 0-4; VLT: 7-80%
  • [REACTIV Performance 1/3]: Photochromic category 1-3 lens with a red tint for high contrast
  • [REACTIV Performance 2/4]: Photochromic category 2-4 lens with a gold tint for increased light receptivity
  • [REACTIV All Around 2/3]: Photochromic category 2-3 lens with a red tint and glare control filter
  • [REACTIV High Mountain 2/4]: Photochromic category 2-4 lens with a polarized Lens

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