Giro Method Snow Goggles

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Blending modern tech and bold retro styling, the Giro Method snow goggles deliver crisp visibility and a wide field of view, so you can spot your line with ease and focus on enjoying the ride.

  • Features

    • VIVID Lens Technology with optics by ZEISS improves vision on snow by manipulating blue light to enhance contrast and definition; also blocks harmful UV light and filters haze
    • Giro antifog coating helps to keep your vision clear for an on-point riding experience
    • Injection-molded cylindrical lens shape helps refine optics and minimize the distortion that can occur in thermoformed lenses
    • Expansion View Technology (EXV) offers unobstructed, panoramic views and excellent peripheral vision
    • EVAK vent technology minimizes fogging by releasing moisture while simultaneously creating a barrier from the elements
    • Triple-layer face foam with microfleece facing features a plush contact layer, a supersoft middle layer for maximum contour and a durable back layer that adheres to the frame
    • OTG (Over-The-Glasses) design comfortably fits over your prescription glasses; increased air volume inside keeps vision crisp, clear and fog-free
    • Designed for seamless compatibility with Giro helmets (not included)

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Snowsports

    UV Protection

    100 percent

    Light Transmission

    VIVID EMBER: 35 percent

    VIVID EMERALD: 27 percent

    VIVID ONYX: 16 percent

    VIVID SMOKE: 28 percent

    Polarized

    No

    Photochromic

    No

    Lens Shape

    Cylindrical

    Bridge Fit

    Standard Bridge Fit

    Frame Size

    Large

    Helmet Compatible

    Yes

    Eyewear Compatible

    Yes

    Interchangeable Lenses

    Yes

    Additional Lenses Included

    1

    Gender

    Unisex

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