Scott Linx Light Sensitive Goggles

Scott Linx Light Sensitive Goggles
Scott Linx Light Sensitive Goggles
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Linx Light Sensitive Goggles by Scott
Hop on first chair during a powder day knowing you will be able to see all the sweet terrain with ease through your Scott Linx Light Sensitive Goggle. These goggles are built to cater to medium and large faces and offer impressive peripherals and crystal clear optics. The Optiview double lens enhances colors and contrast while the light sensitive tech automatically adjusts to brighter or dark light while you ride. On top of that, the skeleton frame and triple layer foam creates a seamless seal on your face to minimize fogging and prevent cold air and snow from sneaking in.

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SKU: SCO00V0
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