Smith I/OS Chromapop Goggles with Bonus Lens

Smith I/OS Chromapop Goggles with Bonus Lens
$200.00
I/OS Chromapop Goggles with Bonus Lens by Smith
Price subject to change | SKU: SMI00DF

Smith I/OS Chromapop Goggles with Bonus Lens

Smith decided not to mess with their winning formula when it came to the I/OS Chromapop Goggles with Bonus Lens, but it did refine its already killer goggles with a little extra polish. This year, the I/OS Goggles are back with the same, smaller, sleek rimless style, but now with a slightly wider field of view and a 3-layer DriWix face foam that conforms comfortably to your face while wicking sweaty moisture for an insanely plush fit and feel. ChromaPop technology boosts clarity and natural color to let you effortlessly see more details on the hill, allowing you to pick your lines easily and with confidence, while the spherical Carbonic-X lenses delivers a downright vast field of vision. An Anti-Fog inner lens fights off the build up of condensation through changing environments and temperatures, and Patented Porex filters equalize atmospheric pressure during changes in elevation, both coming together to give you a distortion-and fog-free view. The ultra-wide, silicone-backed strap is equipped with QuickFit adjustment straps for a customized fit on the go, and at the end of the day, the included microfiber bag safely stores these puppies until next the next time you're heading towards the hill 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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