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Put on the wide-view Giro Station Goggle and see more of the mountain without the fog or scratches of your old, narrow-view goggle. The large Super Fit frame fits over your wider face and provides a better range of view with its injection molded cylindrical lens so you can keep an eye on your peripherals in the event that an out-of-control tourist threatens your perimeter. Choose a lens type to match your mountain's usual conditions.
The Station by Giro offers plush double layer face foam finished with high-performance fleece facing to seal out the elements, keeping your vision clear and focused on the terrain in front of you. The Stations True Sight cylindrical dual lens with Optics by Carl Zeiss Vision keep you on point for a full day of riding.
The Station features a huge, injection molded lens that offers a wide-open field of view to keep your vision clear and focused on riding.
Whatever line you take, Giro's Station goggle features a huge, injection molded lens for unmatched field of view and serious clarity. With extra anti-fog treatment and a plush dual-density face foam, you'll be wearing these goggles everywhere and every time you ride.
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