Marker 3D Plus OTIS Goggles

Marker 3D Plus OTIS Goggles
$98.42 $178.95 45% off
3D Plus OTIS Goggles by Marker
Price subject to change | SKU: MRK001M

Marker 3D Plus OTIS Goggles

Marker's pretty new to the goggle game, but the 3D Plus OTIS Goggles are as advanced as any other non-computerized lens-and-frame combos out there. It all starts, of course, with the lenses. Marker's Dual Binomic spherical shades provide distortion-free vision, 100% UV protection, and anti-scratch, anti-fog, and hydrophobic coatings to keep you skiing around trees rather than into them, and are easily swappable, even with gloves on. It uses a three-point closure system, with additional magnets, to snap lenses in and out in seconds, so you'll never have to squint through the sunshine or wear your blackout lenses during a blizzard. The 3D Plus also uses Marker's new MAP (Multi-Impact Adaptive Polymer) to cushion impacts to the face and eyes. It's layered on top of the already-plush triple-layer face foam to provide serious protection from crashes and knees to the face, and keep cold drafts from sneaking in around the frames. Fogging and gaper gaps will be a thing of the past, too, thanks to the fully helmet-compatible MarkAir vent system and flexible fit. The only downside' The next time you bite it, you won't be able to blame your goggles. It's OK though, because your boots probably made you fall anyway.

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