Originally designed for the rigors of motocross riding, the Smith Fuel V. 2 ChromaPop Goggle delivers optical clarity and extra protection when you're ripping downhill courses at high speeds and hitting bigger jumps in the bike park. It comes with Smith's Chromapop lens in Everyday Red Mirror or Contrast Rose Flash (see tech specs for details), which enhance contrast and clarity, so you can visualize every last detail while downhill racing and hitting jump lines at the local resort. Chromapop technology filters out color confusion where blue, green, and red visible wavelengths intersect, allowing you to see with greater definition, higher levels of contrast, and more detail than you ever though possible. Choose the Chromapop Everyday Red Mirrior if you're seeking a do-it-all, versatile lens for practically any riding or racing condition or pick up the Chromapop Contrast Rose Flash for higher levels of clarity and better contrast in those low-light, ultra-cloudy conditions. The Fuel V. 2 Goggle itself features an extremely flexible, lightweight In-Mold frame with large outriggers that allow you to wear it comfortably with a full-face helmet. Soft face foam is extremely comfortable and virtually eliminates any irritation you might experience while wearing these goggles for extended periods. 12 total vents provide enough airflow to mitigate any fogging issues, even on those socked-in days where it's spitting rain. Additionally, you'll find an ultra-wide, silicone-backed strap for a secure, non-slip fit over your favorite helmet.
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