Melon Parker Goggles

Melon Parker Goggles
Melon Parker Goggles
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Parker Goggles by Melon
Big pow means big grins and big fun, but your big fun can only go so far when you're optically impaired. So, the next time you're headed into the white room, make sure you reach for the Melon Parker Goggles. The Parkers feature a tech-forward silhouette and a medium fit (180mm), while their spunky color options and completely customizable construction allows you to create a look that's all you instead of that cookie cutter image shenanigans. More specifically, the Parkers' lens is equipped with an anti-fog treatment to assure unimpeded optical clarity, while the UV protection fully safeguards you from the sun's harmful rays. Additionally, the Smart Venting System maximizes on airflow to keep air flowing up and out of your goggles, ultimately ensuring optical clarity. A SwitchFast Strap System allows you to change out the strap for a customizable look (the additional straps are sold separately). So whether you're darkening the doors of Vermont or California, the Parkers assure style and a premium optical experience. 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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