Giro Blok MTB Goggle

Giro Blok MTB Goggle
Giro Blok MTB Goggle
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Blok MTB Goggle by Giro
The Giro Blok MTB Goggle draws inspiration from their snow sports lineup, utilizing their Expansion View Technology for an exceptional field of view with increased peripheral vision. EXV goggles offer an unobstructed panoramic view so you can anticipate the trail ahead and react with precision, all while keeping the goggle frame low-profile and wearable. The True-Sight polycarbonate lens provides crystal clear optics that are free of distortion, and comes with durable coatings that resist fogging and scratches. The frame is made for larger face sizes, and features a Triple Face Foam system comprised of a plush contact layer against your face, a soft middle layer for maximum contour, and a durable back layer that adheres to the frame. All things considered, the Blok MTB Goggle is an ideal companion for everything from gravity racing to summer bike park sessions.

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