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Squad XL Get Wild 89 (+ Bonuslens)

Smith Squad XL Get Wild 89 (+ Bonuslens)

€ 119.95 € 139.95 You saved 14 %
incl. VAT excl. shipping costs
Colour: cp sun blk+cp stm ylw fl
Size:
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Delivery time only 1 to 3 business days
 
Customer service: +43 3687 2422 333
Size chart for Smith - Snowboard Goggles

Smith's largest cylindrical google for a wide, high contrast field of view

The Squad XL is Smith's largest cylindrical goggle. The massive lens is molded from Carbonic-X material and is extremely durable, yet features Fog-X and ChromaPopTM lens technology for crystal clear vision. The oversized, half rimless frame features a new, wider strap with integrated connection points for best functionality. Technology reduced to essentials and a maximum field of vision for the best days on the mountain. Medium to large fit.

Attributes

  • Fog, heavy snowfall, floodlight
  • Sunny to partly cloudy conditions
  • Article number: 583204
  • Weight: 200 g
  • Light Transmission (%): 12 Percent
    What percentage of visible light passes through the lense, a higher percentage is perfect for low light conditions and a lower percentage is better for bluebird days.
  • Goggle Features: Cylindrical lens
  • Goggle Fit: Medium
  • Lens Coating: Non-mirrored
Features
  • Cylindrical Carbonic-X lens
  • Includes two ChromaPop™ Performance lenses for high and low luminous intensities
  • Sun Black: Filter category S3, Light transmittance: 12%, Storm Yellow Flash: Filter category S1, Light transmittance: 65%
  • Fog-X-Anti-Fog inner pane
  • TLT lens technology for crystal clear vision
  • Responsive Fit™ frame design
  • Dual slide strap adjustment system
  • Three-layer DriWix foam face support 
  • Helmet compatible
  • Ultra-wide, silicone-coated spectacle strap
  • Microfibre goggle bag with separate compartment for spare lens included in delivery 

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About Smith

As early as 1965, Smith pioneered the snow goggle as we know it today. Created to give fanatic shredders more time on the mountain without foggy vision, Smith have dedicated the past 50 years to improving the way we see things. If you aren't gazing at the sun through a Smith lens, are you even gazing at the sun?