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Double layer, polycarbonate, vented lens with P80 anti-fog/anti-scratch coating. Two layer face foam. Helmet compatible. Available in black or white frame with vermillion gun lens (gun-silver metallic coating reduces glare and light transmission). Light transmission 22%. Fits smaller faces.
- Vargo Outdoors
CLOSEOUTS . With a Modulator photochromic lens, Flowtech Venting and anti-fog coating, Bolleand#39;s Nebula snowsport goggles will supply you with out of this world visual clarity all day on the slopes. Available Colors: SHINEY BLACK/MODULATOR VERMILLION, GREEN/VERMILLION GUN.
- Sierra Trading Post
Designed to fit small to medium-sized faces, the Bolle Simmer Goggles still pack tons of tech into their compact design.
Bolle Nebula ski goggles provide big performance for small faces. Double-vented polycarbonate lens offers clear optics and high durability. Industrial-strength P80 Plus/Carbo Glas(R) coating helps prevent fogging and reduces scratches without hindering optics. Double-layer foam provides a precise, comfortable fit to the face. Forestay(TM) swinging outrigger maintains an excellent fit with helmets. Polarized lens blocks the horizontal component of reflected light, enhancing contrast and helping you stay alert to terrain features and icy patches. Polarized brown lens works best in sunny and lightly overcast conditions and allows 28% visible light transmission (VLT). Lens blocks 100% of harmful UV rays. Includes a microfiber storage bag. Fits small faces.
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