4 (very strong sunlight),
4 (very strong sunlight)
3 (strong sunlight),
3 (strong sunlight)
Julbo Regatta Gris/Noir SP3CF Vert
A partner of the greatest sailors aboard ultra-fast catamarans, Julbo has designed Regatta for superb nautical performance.
- Model : Unisex
- Two years warranty / Julbo
- Payment in 2x free of charge from 199€
A partner of the greatest sailors aboard ultra-fast catamarans, Julbo has designed Regatta for superb nautical performance. Outstanding grip and toughness through a curved polypropylene frame, clear vision thanks to photochromic and polarized Octopus REACTIV lenses, and an unimpeded view created by a water-repellent lens coating and open rim facilitating water run-off. Low-density material and the floating cord will stop these sunglasses from sinking. With slim temples and great coverage, Regatta is ready for anything!
Total Cover : Maximum protection in extreme conditions against harsh sunlight.
Curved temples : For good hold on the face and head.
Grip Tech : Flexible inserts adhere to the temples for maximum hold and comfort.
Grip Nose : Supple, shock-absorbent insert that adheres to the nose.
Cord attachment holes : Allow attachment of a cord.
Floating cord : Improves frame hold and keeps them on the surface if they fall in the water.
- Weight : 29 g
- Gender : Unisex
- Age : Adult
- Type : Fullrim
- Size : Medium-Large
- Rx : Rx compatible
- Made : Plastic
- Shape : Rectangle
- Nose : Adjustable Nose Bridge
- Nose Features : Elastomer covers for a non-slip fit
- Arms Options : Elastomere arm covers for a non-slip fit
- Features : Wrap Adjustable head strap
- Frame Color : Brown Grey
- Temple Length : 130
- Bridge Width : 20
- Lens Width (Eye Size) : 44
- Use : Sailing Surf, Windsurf, Kite
- Model : Julbo Regatta
- UV index : 4 (very strong sunlight) 3 (strong sunlight) UV 400 2 (average sunlight)
- Lens Type : Polycarbonate
- Lens Color : Octopus
- Lens Treatment : Oleophobic Hydrophobic
- Color : Black
- Product Type : Sunglasses
- Comes with :
- Warranty : Two years warranty / Julbo
Brand : Julbo
The strength of the Julbo brand lies in its French Jura mountain origins from where it continues to operate, its history and family values, and its wealth of experience (since 1888!).
Julbo looks at the world with an open, alert mind, listening to the needs of each man, woman and child, each adventurer, each sportsperson and the incredible planet that fills our eyes with wonder!
Over the past ten years Julbo has been a great growth, successful diversifications, products whose technology and design are rewarded by the profession... Julbo pursues its own strategy in the world eyewear market fiercely fought over by brands belonging to the major global groups and it has been crown with success.
Julbo is primarily a technical brand. Here, innovation starts with mastery of the creative process: design, modelling, scanning, reconstruction on 3D software?
The brand's own concept developers and designers work in collaboration with Team Julbo athletes (Enak Gavaggio, Franck Cammas, etc.) and professionals from the Ecole Nationale de Ski et d'Alpinisme (ENSA, the French National School of Skiing and Mountaineering) and the Ecole Nationale de Voile (ENV, the National Sailing School), technical advisers for the development and refinement of the products. With such collaborative assistance, Julbo generates innovations each year, developing new frame concepts to meet new sporting requirements.
Julbo has integrated Research and Development to manage the technical aspects (computer-aided design, mechanical workshop for the creation of its own tools, moulds and components). Drawing on its experience and expertise, Julbo selects the best materials and applies specific coatings : anti-reflective, ant-fogging, water repellent finishes etc. to create exclusive, highperformance lenses. All Julbo eyewear meets European, American and Australian standards, guaranteeing visual reliability and safety.
Now a reference brand in the sports sunglasses sector and an acknowledged leader in children's sunglasses, Julbo is extending its development to cover sunglasses aimed at the general public, and winter sports goggles and helmets.