Giro Field Goggles - Women's

Giro Field Goggles - Women's
Giro Field Goggles - Women's
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Field Goggles - Women's by Giro
Uniquely styled with its mid-sized, semi-frameless design, the Giro Women's Field Goggles offer gorgeous looks and unobstructed vision while you're ripping high-speed groomers, finding powder stashes in the trees, and dropping into the park's jump line. It boasts a women's-specific design tailored to medium-sized faces, with the triple-layer foam lovingly hugging your face without irritation. The spherical Vivid lens by Zeiss maximizes visual acuity, allowing you to clearly see everything on the mountain when split-second reactions are necessary for avoiding crowds of slow skiers, turning around trees, and negotiating bumped-out moguls at the end of the day. It's finished with an anti-fog lens coating that prevents condensation from clouding your vision, especially on those stormy powder days. Plus, the Field Goggles are seamlessly compatible with all Giro Helmets, so you're not stuck with an embarrassing gap. 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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