Anon Deringer Snap-Back Goggle - Women's

Anon Deringer Snap-Back Goggle - Women's
Anon Deringer Snap-Back Goggle - Women's
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Deringer Snap-Back Goggle - Women's by Anon
No one wants to be the one taking a wipeout every run because of a shoddy pair of goggles. Grab the Anon Deringer Snap-Back Goggles and you won't have to worry about being the one in the group constantly wiping snow off of themselves. The wide cylindrical lens gives you a full field of vision, while Sonar lenses help boost color and contrast to help you better identify changes in snow conditions, so you can better avoid ice patches, bumpy sections, and unexpected changes in snow density. Anti-fog lens technology and full-perimeter venting ensure that your vision is clear even when you're working hard or riding in unfavorable conditions, and the innovative snap-back strap, designed specifically for under-helmet use, eliminates pressure spots that occur when you wear standard goggles under a helmet.

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SKU: ANO004Z
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