Marker Big Picture+ Goggle

Marker Big Picture+ Goggle
Marker Big Picture+ Goggle
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Big Picture+ Goggle by Marker
You're going to miss a lot of powder stashes that are hiding in your periphery when you're riding with a pair of tunnel vision-inducing goggles. The Marker Big Picture+ Goggles expand your field of vision with its large frame and supersized spherical lens to reduce distortion, resulting in an all-encompassing view of the mountain. Marker didn't stop there, added an NMT Optics hydrophobic coating to the equation, which acts like a third eyelid by protecting the lenses from moisture, scratches, grease, smudges, and dirt. The Big Picture Plus integrates seamlessly with just about any Marker helmet and remains fog-free when paired with Marker helmets, due to the goggle's MarkAIR vent system. This venting system works in concert with Marker helmets to channel hot, moisture-laden air away from the goggles and out through the helmet. The Big Picture+ Goggle includes a zippered carrying case for safe transport, as well as Marker's Clarity Mirror bonus lens for enhanced contrast in low-light conditions. 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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