Smith Virtue ChromaPop Goggles - Women's

Smith Virtue ChromaPop Goggles - Women's
Smith Virtue ChromaPop Goggles - Women's
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Virtue ChromaPop Goggles - Women's by Smith
It's hard to enjoy a full day of skiing when you can't see. With a low-profile, women-specific design, the Virtue ChromaPop Goggles boast a small fit without sacrificing peripheral vision. Thanks to Smith's ChromaPop lenses, these goggles allow you to enjoy clear details and colors all day long. Anti-fog technology fights off condensation when you work up a sweat ripping bumps or charging up a quick bootpack above the chair. The QuickFit system makes it easy to adjust the size, and a silicone-backed strap holds these goggles on your head if you catch your tips and yard sale under the chair. 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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