Giro Article Goggles

Giro Article Goggles
Giro Article Goggles
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Article Goggles by Giro
For a sleek look that packs a technical punch, the Giro Article Goggles keep your view clear in variable conditions. They come with high- and low-light lens options--both of which feature VIVID technology to ensure high-end optics. The frame features the EXV semi-frameless construction which maximizes your field of view, and uses EVAK Vent Technology to keep air moving and help the anti-fog coating do its job. Comfort comes from the triple-layer face foam that gives you a customized fit for a quality seal, and the foam is lined with microfleece for a soft feel against your skin. The Article is also compatible with Giro's Adapt Strap (not included), so you can customize your style if you choose. and features Seamless Compatibility with all Giro helmets for a streamlined look.

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SKU: GIR00IZ
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