Marker Big Picture Plus Goggle

Marker Big Picture Plus Goggle
Marker Big Picture Plus Goggle
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Big Picture Plus 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 Plus Goggles expand your field of vision thanks to a large frame size and supersized lens that sports a spherical shape to reduce distortion, resulting in an all-encompassing view of the mountain, and it doesn't stop there--Marker added its NMT Optics 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 will integrate seamlessly with just about any Marker helmet out there and will remain fog-free when paired with a Marker helmet due to the Markair vent system that works in concert with Marker helmets to keep supply of fog-eliminating air from circulating through the goggles and helmet. 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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SKU: MRK001D
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