Marker Projector+ Goggle

Marker Projector+ Goggle
Marker Projector+ Goggle
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Projector+ Goggle by Marker
Light, much like snow, is constantly changing, so it makes sense to have the versatility of the Marker Projector+ Goggles when you head to your favorite stashes. Carrying a grip of high-end features along with the added convenience of an interchangeable lens system, the Projector+ Goggles will keep your line of site clear, whether you're skiing pow on a storm day, or lining up big lines on a blue bird day.The Projector+ comes correct with two of Marker's Dual Binomic spherical lenses, which are easily interchangeable for better vision in flat and bright light. Marker's NMT Optics coating helps ensure crystal clarity even when conditions are less than favorable, and the MarkAIR vent system prevents fog and condensation from forming and obscuring the slope. While fog is no good, drafts aren't much better, but the Xdry triple-layer face foam stops them from turning your eyes watery, and the Projector+'s full helmet compatibility helps keep gaper gap to an absolute minimum. 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: MRK001K
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