As the first soft-foam goggle on the market, the Bern Women's Monroe Goggle with Bonus Lens conforms to every contour on your face with its ultra-supple, incredibly lightweight Plusfoam frame. This recycled frame material virtually eliminates pressure points, allowing for an unprecedented fit over widely varying face shapes. It features a larger size with its spherical vented lens for uncompromising peripheral clarity when you're bombing steeps and negotiating crowded weekend slopes. Facilitating on-the-fly lens swapping, Lens Pop tech features seven retention points for quick-and-easy lens changes. Additionally, the included bonus lens adapts to widely varying lighting and weather conditions. Keep the bonus lens handy in high-alpine environments where it's often bluebird one minute and socked-in the next. Another thing to note, the Monroe Goggle's larger size integrates nicely with Bern helmets without the dreaded "gaper gap," also working well with other popular helmets on the market. 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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