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Specs

Frame: Polyurethane
Lens: Polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: yes
Face Size:
  • Medium Frame
Technology:
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Quiksilver Q2 Goggles

Get those eyes protected and seeing clearly by slapping on the Quicksilver Q2 Goggles. These sleek goggles will get the job done because of their incredible features. These include cylindrical polycarbonate/acetate double lens with anti-scratch protection that make the Q2s ridiculously durable and always allowing complete protection and vision. They've always got an array of tints that will fit for most any situation. Try these guys out this season.

Key Features of the Quiksilver Q2 Snowboard Goggles:
  • 100% UV Protection
  • PU injected frame with built-in front ventilation system
  • Cylindrical polycarbonate/acetate double lens with anti-scratch protection
  • Distortion free shatter resistant lenses with anti-fog treatment
  • Perforated lenses for increased ventilation
  • Fleece backed triple compressed molded face foam for maximum comfort
  • Helmet compatible flexing side clips
  • Abrasion-free poly bag for lens protection and cleaning
  • Made in Italy

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is it good to use googles with the yellow lenses during foggy day, when the vision is low?
A shopper on Jan 9, 2014
Best Answer: You can wear yellow, rose, amber, or blue. Ideally, you want a lens that will allow up to 60-90 percent of VLT (visible light transmission). Basically the lens takes the surrounding ambient light and changes the amount that is allowed to the eye. On a bluebird (sunny) day, you want something that will only allow about 15-20 percent of VLT. This protects the retina from uv damage. A good sunny day lens has a mirrored finish to it, and is usually darker in color. I like these goggles, but I would recommend a frame that you can change between a low light and high light lens, which was the only drawback in this goggle. I am now using the dragon apx-s.
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