Smith Squad MTB Goggles

Smith Squad MTB Goggles
Smith Squad MTB Goggles
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Squad MTB Goggles by Smith
Flowy berms and ripping descents are a whole lot more fun with clear vision and no worries of debris flying into your eyes. Stay protected and get a crystal clear view with the Smith Squad MTB Goggles, a mountain bike-specific goggle designed to enhance any day out on the trails. Smith's attention to function and aesthetics is evident in the Squad MTB Goggles, with a wide range of colorways and lens options to match your personal style and riding conditions. The carbon-x lenses aren't just for looks, though, as they incorporate Smith's anti-fog treatment to eliminate moisture and keep vision clear. Smith integrates open ventilation paths to promote cooling airflow out on the trails and adds posts for compatibility with roll/tear-offs on extra mucky days. The Smith Squad MTB Goggles are made with Sweat-X F. A. T. 3-layer face foam for impeccable sweat management and are helmet compatible with an extra wide, silicone-backed strap for a fully integrated head protection system.

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