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The Earth snow goggle is one of Out Of's high end products, designed for freestyle, snowboard and ski it offers a wide field of view, 199° on the horizontal axis and 5.37 Sterad of solid angle, that allows a better self orientation also during the most complex moves, and to “get the landing right” at the first glance. This characteristic, fundamental for freestyle skiers, is very much appreciated in other disciplines too, like, for instance, freeride skiing (it helps in the reach for the arva or for the handle of an air backpack, in controlling a rope, in opening and closing the jacket side vents or moving on steep and uneven terrains) and in a more traditional use too for the prevention of accidents with other skiers.
All this is achieved without giving up on the hypoallergenic triple density 15mm foam, double lens with anti fog, anti scratch and hydro repellent treatments, and a proper ventilation system on
the sides of the goggle.
Bonus lens included
The Red MCI is a lens with a neutral smoked pigmentation with a red multilayer coating with interferences. It is a filter classified as S3, best suitable for nice weather conditions, but not for foggy or covedered days.
It is an S3 filter, best suitable for nice weather conditions, but not for foggy or covered days, we suggest to use included persimmon lens in this case.
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Learn how to CHANGE A LENS
To use the simulator click on the icon of the desired lens.
Unfortunately it's physically impossible to simulate in a real realistic way a lens' behaviour. It also must be taken into consideration the fact that the monitors' chromatic range is often imprecise and varies from monitor to monitor. We suggest to use this simulator in an indicative way, keeping in mind that perceived color will depend on the ambient light. .
The photochromic and polarized lenses "The One" aren't available in this simulator because they actively change their darkness and their color based on the amount of UV rays they're hit by.