VonZipper Cleaver Goggles

VonZipper Cleaver Goggles
VonZipper Cleaver Goggles
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Cleaver Goggles by VonZipper
Head to the slopes with your dual lens Cleaver Goggles from VonZipper. Take them out of their dual sleeve microfiber bag and use the dual adjustable strap to fit them comfortably over your helmet or hat. With an anti-fog coating that works with moisture-wicking foam, you're vision won't be impacted by moisture as you stare down a new line. The forward lens venting delivers maximum airflow for consistency in clear vision while the superior peripheral vision allows you to fully view your upcoming descent before you take the plunge. Confidently charge the line of your choosing and the triple density face foam will keep the goggles snugly in place.

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SKU: VON007G
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