I used to only think of Julbo as the glacier sunglasses company. That’s not the case anymore. Julbo gave me the chance to test and review the Julbo Orbiter Goggles and here’s what I thought.
Julbo Orbiter Goggles Features
Material: Lightweight nylon frame is flexible and accommodates large faces
Breathable dual density foam membrane
Silicone-accented strap and easy clip secure to fit all helmet sizes
Camel Photochromic lens (cat 2-4) new high end polarized lens
Julbo Orbiter Goggles Review
First off, out of the box the Julbo Orbiter Goggles look great! Let’s face it, if you’re going to shell out more than $30 for goggles, you want a pair that look good. The Orbiter has good styles and the frame designs are clean.
The Orbiter is made to fit bigger faces, so ladies you’ll want to check out something like the Julbo Eclipse Goggles. I found the Orbiter extremely comfortable and can thank the breathable foam for that. After all day wear, I didn’t get any goggle fatigue. The Orbiter is also comfortable with a helmet. The strap “wings” (as I call them) position the strap to go with the curve of the helmet instead of making the strap stretch straight from the frame. This was huge in terms of on-helmet comfort. The Orbiter also comes with a strap extender so you don’t end up with foam imprints after wearing the goggles for awhile.
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