Native Eyewear DropZone Goggle

Native Eyewear DropZone Goggle
Native Eyewear DropZone Goggle
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DropZone Goggle by Native Eyewear
You're standing at the top of fat stack of pillows that looked a lot more docile from the bottom. Knees trembling with fear and quads burning from that lung-busting approach, you pull down your Native DropZone Goggles and do what any good freeride ripper would do--let out an offensively loud bird call, throw a couple pole whacks, and send it into oblivion.Thanks to the peripheral-enhancing double spherical lens, you won't miss a second of your all-time pow hunt, and the anti-fog coating keeps your vision nice and clear even while you're condensating in fear at the top of a gnarly drop. The silicone strap holds your goggles securely on your head even when you biff it and get sucked into a quadruple tomahawk, and the single-button lens system makes it easy to swap lenses when the clouds part and everything goes gloriously bluebird.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: NTV001L
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