Spy Marshall Goggle with Happy Lens

Spy Marshall Goggle with Happy Lens
Spy Marshall Goggle with Happy Lens
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Marshall Goggle with Happy Lens by Spy
When it comes to navigating through tight trees or steep lines with complete and utter lawlessness (for the most part), rely on the Spy Marshall Goggle with Happy Lens to help lead the way. Designed with a medium-to-large silhouette, the Marshall features a pliable Flex Frame for a pressure-free fit, while the Isotron Face Foam boasts a moisture-wicking fleece for dry comfort when the going gets rough. Additionally, the Marshall is constructed with a helmet-friendly, siliconized strap that ensures the goggle stay put when cruising through bumpy terrain. However, the true genius of the Marshall lay in its Happy Lens technology. Not only does the Happy Lens enhance color and contrast, but it also filters out short blue-wave rays, ultimately reducing eye fatigue for a more laid-back, reliable line of vision.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: SPY006Z
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