Giro Method Goggles

Giro Method Goggles
Giro Method Goggles
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Method Goggles by Giro
The Method Goggle's vibrant, retro style might lead you to believe Giro just found it in the bottom of a barrel at the local ski shop, but modern features will let you know that this is a brand new goggle from Giro. It features Giro's interchangeable lens system and includes two lenses to switch from. The frame is large enough to maximize your peripherals whether you're wearing glasses or not.

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SKU: GIR00LX
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