Sweet Protection Interstellar RIG Reflect Goggle

Sweet Protection Interstellar RIG Reflect Goggle
Sweet Protection Interstellar RIG Reflect Goggle
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Interstellar RIG Reflect Goggle by Sweet Protection
If you're the type to seek steep and deep riding terrain when you're out on the mountain, you are likely to demand the most from your goggles. Skiing the fall-line requires fast reactions and instant assessment of terrain, which makes crystal-clear vision absolutely essential on a day-to-day basis. The Interstellar RIG Goggle implements color-contrasting lens technology to improve clarity from socked-in storm conditions to bluebird powder days. RIG technology implements a cylindrical, double lens technology that eliminates fogging and is highly impact resistant. The wide frame design offers an extremely wide field of vision to ensure you never miss anything in your peripherals.

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