Yes, that's right--a technical over-the-glasses goggle. You no longer have to sacrifice goggle quality to wear your glasses. Meet the Bolle Supreme OTG Goggle. Since you already have an additional lens to worry about, Bolle made this goggle photochromic so you don't have to worry about extra goggle lenses too. Modulator 2. 0 photochromic technology is a light reactive lens that changes tint density with changing light exposure so you don't have to fidget with switching between two lenses all day and focus on your turns. Bolle's unique double lens design serves as a thermal barrier and gives exceptional optic visibility that is reinforced with Carbo-Glas protective armor to help prevent scratches and increase longevity and crystal clear vision. The lens is treated with anti-fog coating to reduce moisture build up on the surface while the Flow-Tech venting promotes airflow to reduce fogging to begin with. These technologies work together to keep you clear on the mountain so you don't miss a beat. The Supreme uses advanced design to make sure that glasses fit comfortably underneath the goggle. To reinforce stability, this goggle is built with a Forestay system, an additional strap that goes over the head and under the helmet for perfect integration so you are totally locked in and ready to go. 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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