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Performance Goggle

 
Performance Goggle

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Performance Goggle

Manufacturer: Scott

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Page By: AltitudeSickness

Created/Edited: Jan 7, 2008 / Jan 7, 2008

Object ID: 4556

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Product Description

Venting

ACS [Air Control System] ventilation incorporates lens air intake vents on the goggle lens and frame air outtake vents on the bottom of the goggle. The result is a sophisticated ventilation system that helps prevent condensation and fogging.

Lens Type

Cylindrical Thermoformed Dual Lens
Thermoformed dual lenses are engineered to maximize optical clarity, accuracy and depth perception. Thermoformed dual lenses also serve as an integrated barrier to reduce condensation and combat fogging.

Lens Options

Amplifier
Patent N° 1.171.064 - The patented Amplifier Lens increases clarity, contrast, and definition through a sophisticated light transmission process that matches the optimum absorption wavelengths of the eye.

Night Amplifier

The Night Amplifier Lens capitalizes on the patented light transmission process as the other Amplifier Lenses, but matches the optimum absorption wave-lengths of the human eye in night time lighting conditions.


Helmet Compatible

The originator of helmet compatible goggle, we constantly strive to engineer our goggles utilizing designs that engage flawlessly with a variety of helmets.

Hypoallergenic Super Soft Face Foam

Scott hypoallergenic super-soft face foam has been computer engineered to form a precise fit around facial features while sealing ut the elements.

No Fog™ Anti-Fog Lens Treatment

Scott lenses undergo a permanent No-Fog™ treatment process to prevent condensation and fogging.

100% UVA/UVB/UVC Radiation Protection

Scott lenses are optically engineered to screen out 100% of harmful UVA/UVB/UVC rays.

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mrauthentic616rm2They are nice...

Voted 4/5

Pretty good goggles. Good for hangin your head out the window while driving 110 plus...fog up if your not careful, but they are better than a cold boot in your crotch...
Posted May 6, 2008 1:26 pm

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