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for sale Brand new Julbo Montebianco Sunglasses - $100

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Never worn outside.  Got them thinking they were a glacier sunglass but they aren't :(.  

Color Pattern: Yellow / Gray

Retail for $180 US, got them on sale but still taking a good loss on these. $100 and they are yours.

The Montebianco offer a classic style for mountain lovers who explore the summits and also enjoy the hustle and bustle of urban life. Stylish, curved temples provide maximum coverage, whether cruising around town or climbing Mount Rainier. A variety of lens options and removable side shields provide optimal versatility and offer adaptability to climatic conditions. Lightness, technical excellence and high protection combined with style and simplicity make the MonteBianco an excellent choice for sun protection.

With Zebra 2 lens: This photochromic (cat. 2 to 4) anti-fog lens is ideal for mountain biking, trail running, climbing, cross-country skiing, etc.

https://www.julbo.com/en/16/products/sunglasses/mountain/model/montebianco_5986.html

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I use that lens on glaciers (around here), but I sometimes have to squint a bit (like on Rainier).  I love them overall though, great for thrashing the bushes and the transitions between snow and rock.  Put them on and leave them on.  A steal for $100.

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