Scott Little People

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Get your toddler on the slopes with these goggles for little people, featuring Scott's Amplifier lens for excellent clarity. Single lens has been engineered to enhance optical clarity, accuracy and depth perception. Perimeter ventilation circulates air to help prevent fogging. No Fog(TM) permanent anti-fog lens treatment is meticulously applied to inner lens. Hypoallergenic, thermo-formed, contoured face foam provides a precision fit while sealing out the elements. Helmet-compatible design engages flawlessly with a variety of helmets. Lens is optically engineered to provide 100% UVA, UVB and UVC radiation protection. Amplifier lens tint excels in all light conditions, but performs remarkably well on overcast, flat-light days. Specially designed for toddlers (ages 1 - 5 years).

- REI

Description of Scott Little People Snow GogglesScopes for the little shredders.FeaturesSingle amplifier lens has been engineered to enhance optical clarity, accuracy and depth perceptionPerimeter ventilation circulates air to help prevent foggingNo Fog permanent anti-fog lens treatment is meticulously applied to inner lensHypoallergenic, thermo-formed, contoured face foam provides a precision fit while sealing out the elementsHelmet-compatible design engages flawlessly with a variety of helmetsLens is optically engineered to provide 100 UVA, UVB and UVC radiation protectionAmplifier lens tint excels in all light conditions, but performs remarkably well on overcast, flat-light daysSpecially designed for toddlers ages 1 - 5 years

- US Outdoor Store

Scott Little People

Discontinued

The Little People has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$19.00 - $19.95

The Scott Little People is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 28, 2011 at US Outdoor Store.

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