Salomon X-Tend 12
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Built to deliver a wide, extended view and a comfortable fit for medium- to large-size faces, the Salomon X-Tend 12 snow goggles feature a large spherical, mirrored lens for use in bright sun. Red frame has a red lens, blue frame has a blue lens; both lenses have 17% visible light transmission (VLT) and a mirror finish to reduce glare and eye fatigue in bright light. Large spherical lens tapers from the optical center toward the periphery for a wide field of vision with minimal distortion; minimalist frame helps extend peripheral vision. Antifog and antiscratch lens treatments help keep your vision clear and distortion-free. Strategically placed vents at sides of frame increase airflow next to lens to help reduce fogging. Dual-layer foam with moisture-wicking fleece supplies a comfortable, snug seal around your face. Secondary frame material between the frame and face foam is extremely soft and easily adapts to any face shape for improved comfort. Wide adjustable strap is backed with silicone ribbing so it stays in place, whether you're wearing a helmet or not. The helmet-compatible design of the Salomon X-Tend 12 snow goggles fits medium- to large-size faces.
- REI refers to the men's version
The Salomon Men's X-Tend 12 Goggles offers greater field of vision, better fog control, and a more comfortable fit for every head and face shape. By reducing the thickness of the frame, the silicon X-Tend concept greatly increases a wide field of view. An extremely soft material between the face foam and frame, called the Custom frame, adapts precisely to any face shape for improved comfort. With scoops that create low-pressure zones to pull moisture away from the lens, the Thermo Control System keeps fog away whether you're wearing a helmet or a beanie. The helmet compatible X-Tend goggles are also compatible with a full range of Salomon's interchange lenses, each specifically designed for unique visibility conditions. Tri-Tech lens are included with these goggles.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version