Bern Goggle Replacement Lens - Eastwood/Monroe

Bern Goggle Replacement Lens - Eastwood/Monroe
Bern Goggle Replacement Lens - Eastwood/Monroe
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Goggle Replacement Lens - Eastwood/Monroe by Bern
Maximize your visibility on the mountain with the Bern Goggle Replacement Lens for the Eastwood/Monroe goggle. This spherical lens offers distortion-free optics when you're slashing fresh powder and shredding under blinding sunshine. Ventilation slits prevent condensation build-up during socked-in days and soggy spring conditions. Quick lens swapping comes courtesy of Bern's Lens Pop technology, meaning you'll spend less time messing with your goggles when lighting conditions change. It's available in three specific mirrored tints, with each suited to specific lighting conditions for clarity in everything from sunshine to dumping blizzards (check the bullets for each lens' particular strength). 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: BRN003C
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