On the off chance that you’ve ridden a long off-road bicycle trail and viewed the nightfall while still a couple of miles from the vehicle, you know the issue. When it’s dim, those shades need to fall off. And afterward your eyes are in danger of flying rocks and concealed tree limbs.
One incredible arrangement is a photochromic focal point. And keeping in mind that few brands do it well, another model from Julbo, the Fury, applies the brand’s “Reactiv” photochromic focal point in a superb, all-around pair of continuance sport shades.
Julbo Fury Sunglasses (With Reactiv Lens)
The Fury is an expensive speculation for shades — $230 for Reactiv focal points and $130 for non-photochromic focal points. Be that as it may, for the individuals who can monitor a couple of specs for quite a while, I would state they’re worth the expense of confirmation.
I state this for a few reasons. In the first place, having utilized Julbo items for a couple of years, I realize they face a great deal of utilization and ought to have a long life expectancy.
For whatever length of time that you care for the focal points appropriately, I’m speculating a cyclist can get in any event two or three seasons out of a couple.
Second, and possibly more significantly, is that I put a truly elevated an incentive on my eyes. Having a couple of shades I can wear in low light (or even in obscurity) is basic for security when cycling at sunset. It’s likewise not an impractical notion for trail running, where bunches of branches hang over path.
What’s more, with the Reactiv focal point, which has a light transmission pace of 75% to 17%, from splendid sun to sunset, you ought to have the option to practically never take them off.
Utilizing these for both cycling and running, I’ve not yet seen any misting (in any event, when wearing a facemask in this coronavirus period). This is to a great extent because of outstanding venting, with a hole between the edge and the focal point around the outside edges of the shades.