Not only is carrying slew of different lenses a major hassle on the mountain, but it also increases the chance of scratching them when you're constantly swapping between tints. Achieving crystal-clear vision in widely fluctuating alpine conditions, the Revo Rollo Women's Goggle features a Polarized Photochromatic Serilium Lens that rapidly adapts to stormy and sunny conditions alike. This lens also blocks harmful UV radiation and High-Energy Visible Light when you're skiing or riding at high altitudes. Adapting to incoming light within 40-seconds, this photochromatic lens adjusts from 32% to 12% visible light transmission (VLT) when storm clouds depart and leave blinding sunshine to contend with. Its natural state of 32% VLT is great for overcast to socked-in conditions while the activated 12% VLT tint accommodates the sunniest of alpine conditions. Additionally, this lens features a 50% polarization that cuts blinding glare without compromising your ability to read the terrain below you or view smartphone screens. Designed with a dual-lens construction and Air-Vent technology, the Rollo keeps built-up condensation and fogging at bay when you're ripping high-speed laps on warmer spring days or skiing through soaking-wet conditions. The adjustable strap features anti-slip silicone beads that ensure a secure, stay-put fit. Furthermore, Revo provides triple-layer face foam for an delightfully soft feel without irritation. 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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