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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Uvex Uvision OTG Ski Goggle is a great glasses-compatible ski goggle. A double layer lens and lots of venting prevent fogging, and the goggle is helmet compatible. Glasses compatibleDouble layer lens and ample venting prevent foggingHelmet compatibleSupravision lens treatment resists scratching on the outside and prevents fogging on the inside

- Campmor

CLOSEOUTS . Thanks to a Laser Gold Lite double lens with anti-fog Supravision, Uvex Uvision snowsport goggles resist impact while providing great clarity and contrast. Laser Gold Lite double lens with super anti-fog Supravision provides pristine clarity, contrast and excellent impact resistance Active venting Comfortable velour-lined face foam Adjustable strap Sturdy composite frame 100% UV protection Includes microfiber cloth bag Lens: Polycarbonate Frame: Composite with Velour-lined face foam Made in Germany Available Colors: WHITE METALLIC/UV GOLDLITE, ANTHRACITE METALLIC/UV GOLDLITE.

- Sierra Trading Post

The uvex Uvision snow goggles offer great styling and fog-free performance. uvex gold lite lens is ideal for flat light and night skiing. Polycarbonate lens offers clear optics and high durability. Cylindrical double lens uses 2 lenses to broaden the ideal spectrum. Antifog coating helps prevent fogging, and reduces scratches without hindering optics. Goggles are helmet and eyewear compatible; goggles work best with small eyewear. Closeout.

- REI

Uvex Uvision

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $199.97

The Uvex Uvision is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 30, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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