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Giro Semi Goggles

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Black/Silver Magic/Rose Spectrum/Yellow Lens
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Description: Giro Semi Goggles

A solid addition to Giro''s EXV collection, the Semi is a new medium-fit frame based on their popular Blok model. With the retro look of a injected cylindrical lens, the Semi brings undercover tech with the expansive view of EXV to a slightly more compact frame option for teens, and riders with smaller faces. Available in a full range of colors, new lens colors and styles, the Semi is also offered in bonus lens options for hauling through from high noon to after dark.

Key Features of Giro Semi Goggles:
  • Frame: Medium size adult EXV frame
  • Lens: Injection-molded cylindrical lens
  • EXV - Expansion View Technology
  • Double-layer face foam with micro-fleece facing
  • Anti-Fog coating
  • Seamless Compatibility with all Giro helmets
  • Available in bonus lens options

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does this come with the interchangeable yellow lense as well?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi there,

You are correct! It does come with a yellow lens. One goggle and you are set!
Do these goggles fog up and are they good at night?
Natalie Y on Feb 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Natalie,
These Semi goggles in the 'Black/Silver Magic/Rose Spectrum' will come with a bonus Yellow lens that you can pop in for the perfect night riding. Short answer... they will be excellent.
How do you change the lens?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello-

The frame and the lens have notches along the perimeter of each piece.

All you need to do to change the lens on the Semi goggle is to pull the top part of the goggle frame off from the lens. Then you pull the corners and nose of the frame to free the lens.