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The REI Member Dividend
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Comments about Julbo Swell Polarized Sunglasses - Women's:
I am a conservationist, so I'm out on ranches and wetlands and farms all of the time. I also hike and surf and kayak in my spare time. I lose and break sunglasses very easily. I bought this ladies pair because I scratched and then lost my men's Julbo Swell. They felt slightly larger, though I can't physically compare the two. They tend to fog up a little when you sweat, being designed for water use, but they don't come off your face too easily, though when I'm bending over repeatedly (like for a plant survey) I have to tighten the neck strap or they would fall off. I've crushed them in hugs, popping the lenses out onto asphalt. They did not scratch or break- I just popped them back in. That incident did not make the lenses easier to pop out, either. The color is a bit strong, but it means I've not yet fogotten them anywhere. They're only moderately good-looking sunglasses, but since they block the sun quite well, are polarized, and just plain work, I'm happy to not be buying sunglasses all of the time. These are the darkest Julbo offers, but Florida in the summertime still challenges my sight a little in them.
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