Spy Raider Goggle with Happy Lens

Spy Raider Goggle with Happy Lens
Spy Raider Goggle with Happy Lens
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Raider Goggle with Happy Lens by Spy
Ready to plunder hidden pow stashes and slay double-kinks in the blink of an eye, the Spy Raider Goggle with Happy Lens lets you eye up whatever's in front of you with clear, unimpeded vision. Armed with Spy's innovative Happy Lens, the Raider allows you to see more of the mountain by enhancing color and contrast, as well as overall clarity, by letting in good rays and blocking out bad rays. This effect can leave you more alert and with an improved mood, or in other words, happy. The lens also features an anti-fog coating and anti-scratch protection to keep your view crystal-clear and unobstructed, while the Scoop ventilation system helps clear out condensation and moisture in a snap. Meanwhile, the triple-layer Isotron face foam with moisture-wicking Dri-Force fleece conforms to your face with plush, dry comfort. 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: SPY007B
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