Dragon Gigi Ruf X1S Goggle

Dragon Gigi Ruf X1S Goggle
Dragon Gigi Ruf X1S Goggle
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Gigi Ruf X1S Goggle by Dragon
You may not have the big-mountain credentials or the impressive list of sponsors that Gigi Ruf does, but you'll be able to see the mountain just as well with Gigi's signature X1S Goggle from Dragon. This scaled-down version of the X1 fits smaller faces better than the the full-sized X1, but maintains all the same top-shelf features you'll find on its more generously proportioned brother. A spherical lens and frameless design keeps your peripheral vision free and clear, so you won't miss a wind lip to hit or pow stash to slash, while all while making sure your vision isn't distorted by your goggles. Like the X1, the X1S is totally helmet compatible, so you won't have to suffer through a gaper gap, and it offers 100% UV protection to keep your retinas from getting cooked during a long day of sunny spring shredding. 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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