Anon Relapse Jr Mfi Goggles - Kids'

Anon Relapse Jr Mfi Goggles - Kids'
Anon Relapse Jr Mfi Goggles - Kids'
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Relapse Jr Mfi Goggles - Kids' by Anon
Your kid is racing down those groomers at speeds even you can't believe, so you might as well give them a clear view of the bumps and turns they face on the way down. The Anon Relapse Jr MFI Goggle features a cylindrical lens, decentered to reduce distortion, with strategically placed face foam for clear peripheral vision. Anon designed the lens with Integral Clarity Technology (ICT), which combines a porous inner lens with anti-fog treatment, helping shed moisture, while full perimeter channel venting helps bring fresh air into the goggles to further discourage fogging. The Relapse Jr includes the MFI facemask, which magnetically attaches to the goggles for quick and easy added warmth on biting winter days, while eliminating the pesky fog-ups that often accompany facemasks.

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SKU: ANO004M
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