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Minimalist Frame: small face, big vision

This year, we are launching three new models for small faces with the Minimalist Frame concept. Goggles in small sizes now offer maximum field of vision from any angle.

Minimalist Frame: small face, big vision

Behind the technical feat of creating a slimmer and more attractive frame, the subtle balance between flexibility and rigidity makes the frame comfortable to wear and ensures faultless hold of the lens. Used in the models Luna, Selena and Pioneer.



Beauty of expression for committed female riders.

Luna is for women who leave nothing to chance, whether it’s their performance or their look. Available with all Julbo high-tech lenses (Zebra, Zebra Light, Cameleon and Falcon), it combines the best of our optical expertise with the latest advances in ergonomic design. An ultra-wide field of vision thanks to its Minimalist frame, total ergonomic design, superb comfort with double density foam and an extended outrigger: nothing is left to chance! Pushing refinement to the limits with added metal and embroidery finishing, it has all the right ingredients for beautiful expression.

Ski goggle 


Modern look and feminine performance.

High-performance goggles with an assertive style at an affordable price. With its streamlined shape, Selena is for women who care about their look and like to strut their stuff both on- and off-piste. Excellent optical performance thanks to its polarized lens, ultrawide field of vision with Minimalist frame and exquisite graphics: ideal goggles for women who like to see and be seen!

ski goggle



Technical excellence and style for small faces.

Vibrant style, colour and efficiency: Pioneer stands out by radically rewriting classic goggle conventions. But it’s not just about being fun; it also has an ultra-wide field of vision for small faces, thanks to its Minimalist frame. Because at Julbo style is meaningless without performance.

ski goggle


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