Smith Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles

Smith Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles
Smith Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles
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Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles by Smith
The first powder day after a long dry spell can turn violent pretty quickly. Pull your Smith Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles down over your eyes and head into the madness with your fellow powder-starved comrades--or enemies, if you'd like. Boasting the largest cylindrical lens in Smith's fleet, the Squad XL offers maximum field of vision, so you'll spot those sneaky freeriders trying to snake your line in your peripherals.Smith's signature ChromaPop lens enhances color and detail, which does really make a difference, even if you spend most of your day in the white room. Anti-fog technology on the inner lens keeps things clear while you're huffing and puffing up the bootpack, and the silicone-backed strap holds your goggles on secure if you decide to go big and eat it right under the chair.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: SMI00GG
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