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COMPETITION: WINNERS - Win 1 Of 2 Pairs Of Julbo Superflow Goggles

Jublo Superflow, 101 kb

What makes Julbo's Superflow system so special? The simple, proprietary hinging system moves the lens away from the goggle to clear any fog within seconds. By pushing the lens away from the frame, even while wearing gloves, you open ventilation on all four sides of the goggle alowing airflow to enter and prevent any moisture build up. It's simple, easy to use and the only antifogging, lightweight goggle on the market that doesn't require batteries or fans.

Working with our team of athletes, including the legendary Glen Plake, our developers designed our proprietary SuperFlow System that enables you to snap the full lens forward from the frame for maximum ventilation. Add in the very best Julbo Reactiv NXT lenses and Minimalist frame design and you have the ultimate goggle for all conditions. A ventilation system that is equally suitable for ski touring and for Scottish mountaineering

Superflow is available in the award winning Aerospace and Airflux models. The only difference between the Airflux and the Aerospace are the lenses. The Airflux is available with our category 3, category 4 and polarized Spectron lenses while the Aerospace is available with our technical photochromic lenses - Zebra, Zebra Light, Chameleon & Snow Tiger.

Learn more about the Aerospace goggle here.

Learn more about the Airflux goggle here.

We have 2 pairs of Aerospace featuring a Zebra Light lens up for grabs.

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