Alpina Granby Hm Ski Goggles Black Red/CAT2

Alpina Granby Hm Ski Goggles Black Red/CAT2
Brand: Alpina
Color: Black
Size: Red/CAT2
68.99 GBP 96.25 GBP
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Big lens, huge view: That is what you get with the Granby MM ski goggles from Alpina. They’ve been specially designed for use in powder, have an outstanding finish and, with their frameless design, provide a huge field of vision. The Fogstop coating on the inside prevents the lens from misting up. And thanks to their high-quality workmanship, they have an outstanding price/performance ratio. The mirroring reflects infrared radiation and thus reduces strain on the eyes. The goggles are best suited for sunny weather conditions. The double lens is break-proof and guarantees 100% UV protection. The flexible Comfort Frame and the comfortable double-layer foam padding ensure comfort when wearing. Silicone strips on the goggle strap guarantee an optimal fit in combination with a ski helmet. They also impress with perfect ventilation and a comfortable fit. Features:- Easily positioned thanks to movable headband hooks- 2-layer facial foamSpecifications:- Weather: Sunny, cloudy- Frame Type: rimless- Fit Index: M50 - Filter Category: S2- Standards: En174Technology:100% UV-A, -B, -C-Schutz:- 100% UV protectionFogstop:- The anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens ensures a fog-free viewAirframe Venting System:- Fog-free view using an intelligent ventilation system in the spectacles’ frameComfort Frame:- Rubberised temple ends and nose pads with a soft insert guarantee a comfortable fitDoublelens Thermoblock:- The Doubleflex technology creates a thermoblock that prevents the lens from freezingSkid Grip:- Glasses on the ski helmet sit without slipping thanks to rubber on the inside of the glasses strapSpherical Lens:- Maximum field of vision thanks to spherical lens180°+ View:- 180 ° view - enormous field of vision thanks to spherical lens and frameless designVenting Lens:- Optimum ventilation and fog-free vision thanks to air vents in the lensMirror:- The reflective surface reflects infrared rays