Marker's pretty new to the goggle game, but the 3D+ Map Goggles are as advanced as any lens-and-frame combos on the market. As you'd expect, it all starts with the lens. Marker's Dual Bionomic spherical lens provides distortion-free vision, 100% UV protection, and anti-fog coatings to keep you skiing around trees rather than into tree wells. The lens change system features a three-point closure with additional magnets, so you can swap lenses in mere seconds without fumbling or prying excessively on the chairlift. As with all Plus-series goggles from Marker, the additional Clarity Mirror lens is perfect for stormy days and socked-in clouds where visibility is a challenge. The 3D+ uses Marker's MAP (Multi-Impact Adaptive Polymer) to cushion impacts to the face, cheek bones, and forehead. It's layered on top of the plush triple-layer face foam to provide serious protection from crashes and knees to the face, as well as keeping cold drafts from sneaking in around the frames. Fogging and gaper gaps will be a thing of the past too, thanks to the helmet-compatible MarkAir vent system and seamless compatibility with Marker Helmets. The only downside to a seamless fit and precision optics' The next time you bite it, you won't be able to blame your ill-fitting goggles that always fog up. It's OK though, because your boots probably made you fall anyway. 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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