Spy Legacy Goggles

Spy Legacy Goggles
Spy Legacy Goggles
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Legacy Goggles by Spy
Because the most serious slopes are often in the most beautiful places, you need goggles that let you scope out lurking obstacles and maximize your scenery intake at the same time. Well, the Spy Legacy Goggles might just be the ones for you. These goggles feature a low profile for streamlined comfort and a wide field of vision for optimal visibility up and down the hill, and are also outfitted with Spy's Happy Lens technology, which boosts color and contrast for a clearly-defined, optically-enhanced picture. An anti-fog treatment and vents along the frame prevent things from clouding up, and eyeglass-compatibility ensures that those who go without contacts still have all the vision they need. If you're worried about riding in varying light conditions, don't be. Spy hooked you up with a complimenting bonus lens, and also gave you the fingerprint-free Lock Steady 2. 0 quick change system so you can swap out your lenses with the simple push of a button.

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SKU: SPY009F
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