Smith Challenger OTG
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Get your little four-eyes feeling cool about wearing glasses with the Smith Challenger OTG Junior Series Goggle. The Challenger has all the fun strap designs of other Youth Smith goggles, but packs in grown-up-level eyeglass compatibility features. A floating foam membrane keeps eyeglass arms from painfully digging into the temples, and a dual thermal lens keeps fog at bay.
CLOSEOUTS . Smith Sport Optics? Challenger OTG goggles provide young skiers and riders with 100% UV protection as well as clear, fog-free vision on the slopes. Double lens with PMT ventilation system Fog-X treatment to fight condensation Split V-style nose for comfort Soft, hypoallergenic face foam Adjustable head strap with custom graphics 100% UV protection Helmet compatible Lens: Polycarbonate Frame: Composite CLOSEOUTS . USA. Available Colors: PINK SPLASH/GOLD, PINK SPLASH/RC36, SKY BLUE/RC36, FAIRYLAND/GOLD, CYAN FADER/R36, VIOLET JOLENE/R36, VIOLET OMEGA/GOLD.
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If your little shredder has glasses, the girls' Smith Challenger OTG snow goggles will fit easily over her eyewear, letting her hit the slopes without hindered or blurred vision. OTG (over the glasses) design features an enlarged chamber that fits easily over most eyeglasses; foam membrane reduces pressure from eyeglasses at the temples. RC36 lens tint combines rose and copper base tints to improve depth perception, increase contrast and cut glare in all conditions; allows 36% visible light transmission. Antifog treatment is bonded permanently to the inner lens for good fog prevention. Double lenses create an insulation barrier between cold outer air and warm air inside the goggles, preventing fog formation. Smith Challenger OTG snow goggles are helmet compatible and have an easy-to-adjust strap for a perfect, comfortable fit.
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