Marker Projector+ Goggle - Polarized

Marker Projector+ Goggle - Polarized
Marker Projector+ Goggle - Polarized
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Projector+ Goggle - Polarized by Marker
Forget ill-fitting goggles that incessantly fog up in stormy conditions the minute you slip the Marker Projector+ Polarized Goggle over your head. This medium-sized goggle features a sweeping, unobstructed field of view, thanks to its Dual Bionomic spherical lens with polarization for glare-cutting clarity. NMT Optics' hydrophobic lens coating (also known as 3rd Eyelid) repels outside dirt, oils from your fingers, and oncoming moisture from building up on the lens and obscuring your vision. This lens coating keeps you seeing clearly on those stormy days when heavy moisture leaves other goggles fogged up, as well as retaining the lens' overall integrity over the course of multiple seasons. Moreover, it comes with a bonus Clarity Mirror lens for enhanced contrast in low-light conditions and socked-in days on the mountain. 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: MRK003N
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