Native Eyewear Spindrift Goggle

Native Eyewear Spindrift Goggle
Native Eyewear Spindrift Goggle
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Spindrift Goggle by Native Eyewear
Ultimate nukeage is on its way into town, and so are thousands of other pow-hungry weekend warriors looking to score some faceshots. You didn't spend a viciously cold, sleepless night in your hatchback for nothing, so pull your Native Spindrift Goggles down over your eyes, grab your pow sticks, and sprint to the lift line to score first chair. The double cylindrical lens has an anti-fog coating that keeps your vision clear, even while you're steaming with rage after that freeride bro snaked your line, and the scratch-resistance comes in handy when your gear get tossed around in the back of your trunk--aka your living room. The silicone backed strap holds your goggles securely on your helmet even when you send it too far under the lift and explode on impact, and the single-button lens swap system is easy to change when the skies go bluebird and your low-light lens isn't cutting it. 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: NTV001M
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