Packing a breakthrough lens-swap system, the Giro Contact Goggle with Bonus Lens instantly adapts to the rapidly changing weather and light conditions in the mountains. Fast, accurate, and secure, the SnapShot lens interchange works by pressing a shutter button down for quick lens removal, then self-locating magnets and a self-locking mechanism ensure solid attachment of the new lens. By shaving down the frame's rim and adding frameless zones, Giro's Expansion View Technology optimizes the massive spherical lens by Zeiss for one of the best peripheral visions available. Triple-layer foam ensures plush comfort and a face-conforming fit with its micro-fleece facing. Every lens filters out 100% of the harmful UV-rays you're bombarded with at higher altitudes and offers an anti-fog coating for condensation-free clarity. And to ensure compatibility with most brain buckets, you'll find every Contact Goggle fits seamlessly with all Giro helmets, as well as many popular brands on the market.
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