Funky meets Protection.
In Roy Huntington’s The Insider column in the current (Pg. 116, March/April 2016) edition of American Handgunner magazine he features the Julbo USA Vermont Classic frame. He goes on to say that the side covers reduce glare, and indeed they should: it’s a frame born to block the glare for mountaineers as they walk across glaciers. These days, it can block the glare at the range, on the road, and for one recent customer, at concerts when he doesn’t want to focus on anything else. Yes, like blinders on a horse. (We didn’t ask him what type of music he’s into, but we can only assume he’s got the coolest glasses at the latest T Swift show.
If you’d like a non-prescription option, the Vermont Classic frame can be picked up for a cool $150, and we can also load in Tactical Rx custom prescription shooting lenses starting at $209.