Anon Relapse Jr. Goggles - Kids'

Anon Relapse Jr. Goggles - Kids'
Anon Relapse Jr. Goggles - Kids'
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Relapse Jr. Goggles - Kids' by Anon
It's a lot easier to get your kids hooked on shredding when they can see clearly and feel warm. The Anon Kids' Relapse Jr. Goggles offers the same premium optics and high-tech features as its adult-sized counterpart, and an integrated facemask fights off frostbite. MFI technology features a moisture-wicking facemask that magnetically attaches to the goggles for seamless protection from wind, snow, and cold. This means no more bunching under goggles or exposed skin, and the facemask has vent holes to prevent warm breath from fogging the lens up. ICT anti-fog tech and full perimeter channel venting also do their share to keep the lens clear. The Relapse is also helmet- and eyeglass-compatible so it works for everyone, and an included microfiber pouch offers a convenient storage space to keeps the lens from getting scratched in your kid's backpack. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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SKU: ANO002H
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