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Julbo Orbiter Zebra vs Bolle Gravity Modulator

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I'm looking into getting a new goggle and was looking into these as they are also good available in Europe.

First of I was going for the Julbo's as I read so many good things. (unfortunately they are not that good available that I can check them in the store I have to buy through internet)

 

But the VTL range of 6.6% to 40.7% seems rather low on the top side, this makes me think they might not be the best solution for poor weather conditions?

Here the Bolle's come in with their VTL range of 26% to 66%, this looks like a more all-rounder goggle ...(but might me be a bit high on the low side? for sunny weather?)

 

Is there someone with experience with both that can either confirm or deny the above statements?

 

I'm looking for a one goggle does all ....

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Welcome to EpicSki.  I can't comment on the Julbo lenses, but I use Bolle goggles with the vermillion Modulator lens all the time; bright sun, clouds, overcast, fog, whatever.  They work well and I like them a lot.

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