Realizing many skiers and riders desire a premium goggle that doesn't make them look like a futuristic cyborg on the mountain, Giro created the Compass Goggles with a slightly more compact, mid-sized fit that's a refreshing departure from the oversized madness of modern goggles. Seeing it's slightly smaller than many of the extra-large frames doesn't mean it's lacking in peripheral vision, as Giro designed the Compass with Expansion View Technology. This frame design maximizes your field of view when you're turning swiftly between tight trees, opening it up at higher speeds, and launching from kickers in the terrain park. Maximizing visual clarity in snowy alpine environments, the dual spherical lens by Zeiss ensures precise optics in highly variable conditions experienced while skiing and riding. Giro offers replacement lenses (sold separately) for optimal vision in widely varying conditions, so you can see clearly when it's super-bright or socked-in with clouds. The anti-fog lens coating and full-rim venting prevent condensation build-up from clouding your vision, especially on those stormy powder days where others are constantly wiping their goggle lens clean. 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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