Spy Cadet Goggle - Kids'

Spy Cadet Goggle - Kids'
Spy Cadet Goggle - Kids'
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Cadet Goggle - Kids' by Spy
Between the mouth-breathing and the consistent tumble rolls, your pint-sized ripper needs something that will not only endure the abuse of childhood, but provide just-enough protection without being overly technical. Queue up the Spy Kids' Cadet Goggle and send your rabble-rouser on their merry way up and over green circles and blue squares alike. More specifically, the Cadet touts a large, cylindrical lens and 100% UV protection, so junior stays protected from the sun's harmful rays. The Scoop Venting paired alongside the Anti-Fog treatment prevents their persistent mouth-breathing from getting the best of their optical point of view, while the Flex Frame provides a pressure-free fit, not to mention a flexible one at that. And of course, last but not least, the Cadet is helmet-compatible (though, kids have a propensity for looking really adorable with a gaper crevasse), and the strap is siliconized for a sticky grip on their helmet.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: SPY007D
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