Bolle Y6 OTG

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Bolle Y6 OTG goggles are designed to fit over glasses and fit great with or without a helmet. Flow-tech venting and double layer lens resists fogging. P80-plus carboglas lenses block 100%UV (ABC,) resist scratching, and are shatterproof. Fits over glassesFlow-tech venting Double layer lens resists foggingHelmet compatibleP80-plus/carboglass lens Lenses block 100%UV (ABC)Fits Medium-Large

- Campmor

CLOSEOUTS . Bolle Y6 OTG snowsport goggles are designed to fit over most prescription glasses and feature light-reactive Modulator lenses that provide high-contrast optics in varied conditions. Available Colors: SHINY BLACK BADGE/MODULATOR VERMILLION.

- Sierra Trading Post

Bolle Y6 OTG (Over-The-Glasses) ski goggles accommodate your eyeglasses to help keep you alert and ready to shred. Double-vented polycarbonate lens offers clear optics and high durability. Flow-Tech venting(TM) ports optimize airflow over the inside surface of lens to reduce fogging. Industrial-strength P80 Plus/Carbo Glas(R) coating helps prevent fogging and reduces scratches without hindering optics. Forestay(TM) swinging outrigger maintains an excellent fit with helmets. Modulator(TM) lens darkens depending on the amount of light exposure, promoting clear vision in a wide range of conditions. Modulator Vermillon(R) lens is suitable for dark and cloudy days as well as bright and clear days; it offers between 26 - 66% visible light transmission (VLT). Accommodates helmets. Fits medium faces.


Bolle Y6 OTG


The Bolle Y6 OTG is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Campmor.

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