Bern Eastwood Goggle with Bonus Lens

Bern Eastwood Goggle with Bonus Lens
Bern Eastwood Goggle with Bonus Lens
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Eastwood Goggle with Bonus Lens by Bern
New for this season, the Bern Eastwood Goggle with Bonus Lens offers an unprecedented field of view with its massive spherical lens, which is mirrored to boost visual clarity. Each goggle comes with a bonus lens, giving you both a bright-light lens (Grey Light Mirror) for sunny bluebird days, as well as a variable-light lens (Gold Light Mirror) for enhanced contrast during cloudy conditions and stormy days. Swapping between lenses has never been easier with Bern's Lens POP system, which features seven retention points for an ultra-secure attachment. Comfortably wrapping around the contours of your face, the goggle's PLUSfoam frame is the first soft-foam frame on the market. Not only does the PLUSfoam frame enhance overall comfort and fit, but it's also 100% recycled for less of an impact on the environment. It also integrates nicely with all of Bern's helmets for a seamless fit on the mountain. 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: BRN001P
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