So, you've developed a serious shred addiction that no doctor can cure' Grab yourself the Smith Vice ChromaPop Goggles to satisfy your sickness across the mountain's steep lines, untouched zones, and pristine parks this winter season. Serving up an incredible field of view with its semi-rimless design paired with an oversized spherical lens, the Vice Goggle allows you to visualize the mountain in unobstructed clarity. To ensure compatibility with virtually any helmet on the market, the Vice features an ultra-wide, silicone-backed strap with rotating outriggers for optimal integration with your favorite lid. For this season, Smith exclusively used Chromapop lens technology for improved contrast and color rendition for the ultimate in visual perception. ChromaPop lenses are like turning up the resolution from standard definition to hi-def, really bringing out the contrasting tones and varying hues of your respective alpine environment. Ultimately, this technology maximizes visual acuity when you're pushing yourself to the absolute limit across steep terrain, tree runs, and terrain parks. Each lens features an anti-fog inner lens, which keeps your vision crystal clear on those stormy, socked-in days where condensation and fogging run rampant. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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