Giro Index OTG

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CLOSEOUTS . Designed to be worn over glasses, Giro Index goggles have a spacious interior with double-layer face foam and temple cutouts for eyeglass frame arms. Available Colors: GLOSS RED/ROSE SILVER.

- Sierra Trading Post

Engineered specifically for people who wear glasses when they ride, the Index by Giro features a finely crafted interior with extra volume to accommodate optic frames comfortably.


Made to fit over your eyeglasses, the Giro Index OTG snow goggles feature a rose-tinted polarized lens that dramatically cuts down on glare for crisp, clear vision anywhere on the mountain. OTG (over the glasses) design features an enlarged chamber that fits easily over most eyeglasses; face foam features temple cutouts for eyeglass frame arms. Polarized Rose lens has a Rose tint and 17% visible light transmission (VLT) to reduce eye fatigue while enhancing contrast and depth perception in all conditions. Polarization significantly cuts down on glare to help reduce eye fatigue and increase visual acuity. Anti-fog coating and lens vents also help prevent inner lens from fogging up and obstructing your view. Dual-layer face foam features a fleece layer to ensure a comfortable seal around the face. In addition to eyeglasses compatibility, frame is engineered to offer an optimal, ergonomic fit around facial anatomy, resulting in excellent comfort and helmet compatibility. The Giro Index OTG snow goggles are designed to fit medium-size adult faces.


The Giro Index OTG Goggle is a voluminous frame, providing plenty of room for those who prefer to wear their prescription glasses under their goggles. Included lenses work well in any conditions by selectively blocking harsh light without impairing your low light vision. Double lenses team up with lens vents to keep your vision clear of condensation and fog.

- Mountain Gear