Even the most epic storm day at the resort is hard to enjoy if you can't see anything. Your Abom Heet Anti-Fog Goggles keep your vision clear so you can keep doing what you came to do--slay sinfully delicious inbounds powder until the lifts stop spinning. Abom's Heet goggles use a transparent thin-film electric heater on the inside of the inner lens to maintain crystal clear vision in the steamiest conditions. Two different power modes let you turn up or down the use, with six to ten hours of battery life in the Always On Mode. The auto-adjusting LED indicator adapts and changes to different lighting so when the skies finally part and everything goes bluebird, you won't be squinting through low-light lenses. 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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