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Smith Prophecy Turbo Over-the-Glasses Goggles (Adults')

Smith Prophecy Turbo Over-the-Glasses Goggles (Adults') -

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    Style: PR5RZBK16

    You need your glasses to see, but when you're on the mountain fog on those glasses can keep you from seeing anything. So put on the Smith Prophecy Turbo Over-the-Glasses Snow Goggles and keep your vision clear with the electric Turbo Fan exhaust system that keeps air moving over your glasses and the 5X™ Anti-Fog lenses.

    Specs:

    • Frame Color: Black
    • Lens Color: Red Sensor
    • Fit: Medium

    Features:

    • Over the glasses design accommodates most prescription frames
    • Floating foam membrane at the temples eliminates pressure on frames
    • Turbo Fan two-speed electric exhaust fan keeps air circulating at all times for superior fog prevention
    • Cylindrical Carbonic-X Lens are scratch resistant for long term visual clarity
    • 5X™ Anti-Fog increases internal surface area to prevent fogging
    • Tapered Lens Technology shapes the lens to match the shape of your eye to eliminate distortion
    • Porex™ filter prevents pressure buildup that can happen with altitude change
    • Red Sensor lens is perfect for low-light conditions with 55% Visible Light Transmission (VLT)
    • Helmet compatible design
    • Microfiber goggle bag included

    Questions and Answers

    ASK A QUESTION Got questions about this product? Ask them here. Got questions about anything else? Please see our FAQ.
    Q:
    "What is the difference between Ignitor and Red Sensor Color lenses. I am older and need lots of light to see. Witch lens would be best for me. "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Rose Marie on 12/16/2015 - 6:19 pm
    A:
    "Both lenses are great for Low/Medium light conditions. The Ignitor lens however is also recommended for use in Bright light conditions. If you will be skiing in all light conditions we would recommend going with the Ignitor color lens. "
    Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/17/2015 - 9:57 am