VonZipper Satellite Wildlife Goggles

VonZipper Satellite Wildlife Goggles
VonZipper Satellite Wildlife Goggles
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Satellite Wildlife Goggles by VonZipper
Blast off into orbit and give yourself an out-of-this-world view of everything on the mountain with the Von Zipper Satellite Wildlife Goggles. This goggle operates with a WildLife lens for not only a vast peripheral vision and low-profile look that won't be obstructed by condensation, but also a contrast enhance filter that dramatically improves color brightness and contours in all types of lighting conditions to maximize definition. Internal light dampening texture embedded in the lens helps reduce glare and makes your vision pop for easier identifying of hidden objects on the trail. The triple-density face foam adds moisture-wicking performance to keep your mug dry and comfortable, while the dual-adjustable strap cinches snugly to your specifications for the perfect fit. And when your day comes to an end, toss these bad larries into the included dual-sleeve microfiber bag for safe storage until next time. 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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