Spy Doom Happy Lens Goggle

Spy Doom Happy Lens Goggle
$219.95
Doom Happy Lens Goggle by Spy
Price subject to change | SKU: SPY006W

Spy Doom Happy Lens Goggle

While its name might sound like a bit of a conundrum, the Spy Doom Happy Lens Goggle ensures you don't end up in a bit of a pickle when tackling tough, unpredictable, and snowy terrain. The Doom features Spy's pliable Flex Frame for a comfortable, pressure-free fit, and the 3X Isotron Face Foam boasts a moisture-wicking fleece to ensure maximum dry comfort when you're slogging it uphill. Additionally, the Doom is helmet-friendly, so you won't end up looking like real life gaper at the lodge or on the hill. Furthermore, the Doom is fashioned with a generously-sized Happy Lens that not only offers unimpeded vision, but keeps your line of sight distortion free. Not to mention, the Happy Lens technology protects you from the sun's harmful UV rays, filters out short-wave blue light, and enhances color and contrast, ultimately reducing eye fatigue for a snooze-free cruise. However, should you desire to change up your look or lens, the Lock Steady system makes it easy to change out your lens, without mucking up your face shield with smudges and fingerprints. 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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