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Designed for smaller faces, the Scott Reply Plus goggle employs all the features of its larger siblings in a smaller package. The 'Plus' means fancy graphics on the frame and strap for additional style.
The Scott Reply snow goggles look great, feel comfortable and enhance vision as you negotiate your way down the slopes. Spherical lens matches the curvature of the eye, greatly improving clarity, accuracy and peripheral vision. Injection molded lens offers excellent durability. Dual lens component serves as an integrated 2-layer barrier to reduce condensation and combat fogging. No Fog(TM) lens treatment provides permanent resistance to goggle fogging. Ventilation system uses intake vents on the lens and output vents on the frame to control airflow and prevent fogging. Multilayer foam with a layer of fleece precisely contour the face with an extremely soft, comfortable fit. Red Chrome lens excels during overcast or stormy days; allows 44% visible light transmission. The Scott Reply snow goggles fit small to medium faces.
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