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Free Shipping. Spy Apollo Snowboard Goggles (Fall 2011) Apollo is the industry's highest technology snow goggle. Minimalist in materials and design, the Spy Apollo features a brand new multi-base mosaic(TM) lens, which follows your head's natural curves and results in 1/3 more peripheral visibility than any other ski / snowboard goggle on the market. This is achieved while retaining a smaller, lighter frame than most spherical snow goggles. Key Features of the Spy Apollo Snowboard Goggles: Flexible Frame Conforms To Any Face For A Comfortable Fit Multi-Base Mosaic(TM) Lens With A Face Forming Curvature Feature Providing Maximum Comfort, Protection And Clear Vision Larger Peripheral Vision With A Vertical Viewing Range Of 3 Inches And A Horizontal Viewing Range Of 8 Inches Grilamid Hinge System Which Allows A 360 Degree Rotation Quick Release Hytrel Lens Brackets 100% Uv Protection And Anti-Fog And Anti-Scratch Protection Triple Layer Isotron(TM) Face Foam Featuring Moisture-Wicking Dri-Force(TM) Fleece Dual-Adjustment, Silicone-Ribbed Strap For A Secure Fit This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The newest in Spy's stellar line of goggles, the Apollo Goggles incorporate Spy's new multi-base Mosaic lens, which follows your head's natural curves and results in greater peripheral visibility. A lightweight flexible frame and spherical design combine with strategic venting and UV, anti-fog, and anti-scratch protection to deliver Spy's top-of-the-line optics. Oh yeah, the Apollo Goggles look pretty damn hot too.

- Backcountry.com

Spy Apollo


The Apollo has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$103.97 - $159.95

The Spy Apollo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 7, 2010 at Moosejaw.

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