Nobody enjoys getting mud in their eyes mid-ride, and while sunglasses can do their best to cover you, they'll always fall short of a goggle when it comes to wet, muddy rides, and high-speed DH encounters. When you're in need of that extra coverage, reach for Giro's Tazz MTB Goggles with Vivid Trail Lens and hit the dirt rolling. These low-profile goggles use Giro's Expansion View Technology (or EXV for short) to deliver an extra-wide field of view, with a smaller footprint for increased comfort on a variety of face sizes and shapes. Because breathability is key to comfot, Giro employs Supervent foam padding that lets your sweat escape, helping keeping things fog-free inside. Vivid Trail lenses provide crisp optics on the trails to keep your depth perception on-point, elevating contrast so you can spot low-hanging branches, rocks and roots, and are tear-off compatible to keep your vision clear even when the mud is flying.
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