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Ashbury Kaliedoscope Goggles

Ashbury Kaliedoscope Goggles
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Description: Ashbury Kaliedoscope Goggles

See it all with the Ashbury Kaliedoscope Snowboard Goggles. Although the name insinuates wonkyness, these will outperform expectations. Featuring double anti-scratch and anti-fog technology, the Kaliedoscopes will keep your day on the slope a breeze. Plus, these goggles have hypoallergenic super soft foam to protect your beautiful face.

Key Features of the Ashbury Kaleidoscope Snowboard Goggles:
  • Double Anti-Fog, Anti Scratch Protection
  • Full Perimeter venting on all frames ensure maximum airflow and no fogging in every condition
  • Hypoallergenic ultra-soft red face foam for maximum comfort
  • Snap Fit Lens technology for easy lens changing
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Simple stylish deisng wiht wide field of vision
  • Team tested
  • 100% UVA/UVB/UVC protection
  • Free Extra yellow lens


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Top quality goggle that dont fog, comfortable to wear all day and look bad ass
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August 30, 2013

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Wanted to be blacked out like my man here
T G on Dec 6, 2013
Son picked it for Christmas
Linda J on Dec 4, 2013
My son wanted it.
Dennis W on Dec 4, 2013
good sale and looks dope
lori R on Nov 28, 2013
Can you see your eyes through the other side of the lense or is it mirrored well. Also which color is the tint when you look through them?
A shopper on Oct 3, 2013
Best Answer: The tint is grey. These are great lenses for sunny bright days. You can see your eyes only if you look really closely otherwise its pretty much mirrored. Great goggles overall. Fits the face nicely. Hope this helps.
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