Ashbury Eyewear Warlock Goggles

Ashbury Eyewear Warlock Goggles
Ashbury Eyewear Warlock Goggles
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Warlock Goggles by Ashbury Eyewear
The founders of LA-based Ashbury Eyewear saw a gap in snowboarding gear, so they started their brand with the mission of filling that void with a back-to-basics goggles frame that meets the need for clarity and comfort while still delivering serious style. If clean, quietly frills-free gear speaks to you loudest, grab the Warlock Goggles on your way to the resort and spend your day worrying about how to get to all the best snow, not whether your goggles fit. Boasting a handmade construction, the Warlock offers a wide field of vision, 100% UV protection, and style that doesn't take itself too seriously. An adjustable OG Ashbury strap conforms to almost any helmet size and shape with ease, while perforated slits along the top of the lens direct air through the inside of the goggles while you ride, naturally reducing the accumulation of fog.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: ASH000Z
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