K2 Source Goggles

K2 Source Goggles
K2 Source Goggles
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Source Goggles by K2
Offering an unbeatable combination that includes a spherical lens, quick-and-easy lens swapping, and a secure, helmet-compatible fit, the K2 Source Goggles offer the same mind-blowing optical clarity as K2's Source Z, but at a more affordable price. Its Convertible Frame easily accommodates both under and over-the-helmet wear, further secured by its helmet-sticking triple-silicone strap. EZ Swap lens attachment facilitates effortless lens changing when nasty weather moves in, with an included bonus lens that optimizes clarity in a wide variety of light conditions. The large spherical lens boosts peripheral vision when you're bombing steeps and negotiating crowded slopes. This lens features both a mirrored finish and hydrophobic coating to reduce annoying glare and repel outside moisture. Other key features include Breathe EZ micro-fleece face foam for optimal venting and a super-soft feel, as well as a Flak Jacket hardcase for protective storage and travel. 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.

SKU: K2S008F
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