When peripheral vision is of the utmost important, don't toss on just any old goggle -- reach for Smith's Squad XL MTB ChromoPop Goggle. These lofty goggles boast Smith's largest cylindrical frame, for vision that's unhindered in every direction. The massive cylindrical lens is made from molded Carbonic-X material that Smith crafts for its intense durability, so you know its tough enough to handle hard-hitting DH days, and cutting loose with park laps alike, and it still packs in Fox-X technology to keep your sweat from making things steamy. Smith's ChromaPop lens innovates your specs for crystal clear vision that adapts to changing lighting, so your vision can remain sharp from deep woods to open and exposed mountain sides. The frame is semi-rimless, to keep your view unobstructed, and secures to your helmet with an oversized strap complete with fully-integrated connection point that delivers function without extra moving parts.
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