Julbo Airflux OTG Goggle

Julbo Airflux OTG Goggle
Julbo Airflux OTG Goggle
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Airflux OTG Goggle by Julbo
It's all well and good to say that a goggle vents well or won't fog up, but when you're working as hard as you do cutting huge powder slashes in the woods or throwing it big in the park, the standard methods don't really cut it. That's why you need the Julbo Airflux OTG Goggle. Designed to promote maximum airflow for the hardest shredders, this goggle features integrated venting along with Julbo's SuperFlow system. SuperFlow allows you to easily push the lens forward, letting in a surge of cooling airflow to cool down your face and eliminate fogging. So whether you're riding in a steamy gondola or coming off the most strenuous run of the day, you can ensure that you'll have clear vision for the next run. That'll be especially true thanks to its extra-wide lens, which gives you a full, accurate, and clear field of vision both up and down the hill.

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