The Atomic Count 360degree Stereo Goggles are laden with a wealth of technological features that deliver clarity, comfort, and a highly reliable view of that slope you're about to charge down. The Fusion Double Lens (optical class 1) offers a 20% larger field of vision than a non-laminated lens, and eliminates refractions, reflections, and fogging. The inner lens further ensures a fog-free day on the slopes, offering 8x more anti-fog properties than industry standards. The Count Stereo is designed with an ultra thin frame to reduce its presence, giving you better peripheral vision on the slopes, and it integrates beautifully with Atomic's Count helmet. The adaptive foam molds to your face the moment you slip them on, providing a comfortable fit from first chair to last, and silicone-coated straps ensure that they won't slide off your helmet at an inopportune moment.
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