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Retailers' Descriptions

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Description of Scott Alibi Gem Stone Snow Goggles - Gem Stone Silver Chrome AmplifierEndearingly quaint and frumpy. Coziness as a design element is the most important aspect of grandma style. Grandmas are always wearinf these big, warm sweaters and telling you to put more layers on, and something about that translates well into this look. The Urban Dandy is aloof, icy, elitist. The grandma is all about kittens and bunnies, pastries and tea.FeaturesHelmet compatibleAnti-fog lens treatment100 UVAUVBUVC radiation protectionAir Control SystemSpherical injection molded

- US Outdoor Store

Spot your landings from the air and read the hillside topography at a glance when you're wearing the Scott Alibi Goggles. Uncompromising on style and technology, Scott's spherical lens in the Alibi offers a clear view with no distortion. ACS venting ensures the goggles stay fog-free even when they're tucked inside a helmet while the Perfect Pivot Clip system lets you wear the strap however you want.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Scott USA Alibi snowsport goggles are fully loaded with a spherical lens that matches the natural curvature of the eye, providing better terrain definition and optical clarity. Optically correct spherical double lens No Fog treatment fights condensation Dual-density hypoallergenic face foam 100% UV protection Adjustable head strap Helmet compatible Includes microfiber storage bag Lens: Polycarbonate Frame: Composite Made in USA

- Sierra Trading Post

Scott Alibi


The Alibi has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$69.95 - $112.00

The Scott Alibi is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 9, 2010 at US Outdoor Store.

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