From the French Alps, we partnered with France-based Julbo to bring you the best lens technology for your eyes. Julbo's patented REACTIV lenses adapt to the elements—just like out skis. It's a match made to be.
Just like our skis, The REACTIV lenses from Julbo adapt to conditions. Bluebird day? The lens automatically adjusts in real-time and darkens to match ambient light. Storm rolling in? The lens automatically adjusts to let in more light. Gone are the days of carrying multiple lenses in your pocket.
The CYRIUS was designed around a cylindrical photochromic lens that benefits from Julbo's frameless construction and REACTIV lens technology to offer a high-end goggle for skiers and snowboarders.
Wherever you are skiing, the CYRIUS goggle offers a super-wide and unobstructed field of vision so you can stay concentrated nailing your line. The REACTIV photochromic lens adapts to the UV lighting conditions in real time and is combined with our proprietary anti-fog coating for perfect vision and total protection, no matter the weather. The wide and fully integrated strap is helmet compatible, keeping you and your equipment dialed in the mountains.
- REACTIV Technology: Adapts to conditions—just like out skis.
- Air Flow : Venting incorporated into the frame for good air circulation to prevent formation of fogging.
- Anti-fog coating : The inner surface of the lens has an additional anti-fog coating.
- Double adjustment strap : Two loops either side of the strap for symmetrical adjustment in the blink of an eye.
- Dual Density Foam : Two layers of foam for optimum comfort and shock absorption with a soft-touch layer for softer contact with skin.
- Extra-Wide Strap : An extra-wide strap for an assertive style and guaranteed grip.
- Frameless construction: see your line with clarity
Overstrap : Offset strap for compatibility with all types of helmet.
Amazing peripheral vision and true light.
No more swapping out lenses
Bluebird sun to holy-smokes-its-absolutely-nuking-out with the same lens? Sign me up. Transition lenses for goggles seems like a no brainer to me!