Review – Julbo Fury Cycling Sunglasses

Julbo Fury Sunglasses Review Tim Wiggins
Cycling sunglasses do a lot more than just protect your eyes from glare and UV rays; they are also a vital barrier against wind, grit, and overhanging trail surroundings. The Julbo Fury sunglasses are a lightweight set of all-weather riding glasses, which will protect your eyes even in the toughest off-road conditions.

I have been testing the Army Green coloured Julbo Fury glasses for the last few weeks and have been highly impressed both by their styling and function. This model comes equipped with a Cat. 1 polycarbonate lens; designed to offer continued clear vision even in poor light conditions—perfect for those late evening and early morning rides.

The wide cylindrical one-piece lens sits suspended within a robust but flexible frame; offering impressive ventilation to reduce fogging, as well as a superb level of coverage and protection.

The frame is fitted with a flexible shock-absorbing grip insert on the bridge of the nose, as well as Grip Tech arms that hold the glasses firmly in place. The design creates a secure and stable fit, with exceptionally good coverage; all at an impressively light weight of just 25 grams.

Out on the trails and on the road the Julbo Fury continues to impress; with the lens shielding your eyes from glare, spray, and oncoming debris. These are cycling sunglasses that feel fast, secure, well-made, and protective—an excellent choice for mixed-surface riding in all weather conditions.

Julbo Fury Sunglasses Review Tim Wiggins

Julbo Fury Sunglasses Review Tim Wiggins

Julbo Fury Sunglasses Review Tim Wiggins

Disclaimer: Julbo supplied Life In The Saddle with a set of Julbo Fury Sunglasses for Test and Review


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