Giro Contact Goggles Replacement Lens

Giro Contact Goggles Replacement Lens
Giro Contact Goggles Replacement Lens
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Contact Goggles Replacement Lens by Giro
The Contact Replacement Lens employs Giro's Snapshot lens interchange, which is comprised of self-locating magnets and locking mechanism along the lens-to-frame interface. This allows you to quickly swap lenses on the mountain without wasting excessive periods prying out the lens and popping it back into the frame. Not only is the Contact Replacement Lens incredibly easy to swap, but it also provides a massive field of view with Giro's Expansion View Technology and spherical lens design. With this massive field of view, you'll have a heightened sense of your surroundings when you're skiing and riding, allowing you to dart between trees and steer around crowds on the mountain.

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