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RayZor Black Framed Goggles With an Anti Fog Blue / Green Iridium Mirrored Vented Double Lens.



£69.95

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Frames:

 

Lightweight Black Goggles with a Shatterproof Polycarbonate Frame and an Adjustable headband Bearing the RayZor Logo.

Fleece Lined Soft Foam Padding around the Inner Frames for Comfort Fitting.

These Goggles will fit most makes and models of Ski Helmet.

 

Double Lens:

 

UV400 Blue / Green Iridium Mirrored Anti Glare, Vented Spherical, Wide Vision Clarity Lens.

The RayZor Blue / Green Iridium Mirrored Lens Provides Excellent Clarity in Bright, Clear and Sunny Conditions and it Reduces Glare.

 

Lens Category:

 

(Please see "Lens Category Tab" on the main page for full description)

Category "3"

 

Ventilation System.

 

The RayZor Dual Ventilation System Ensures no Condensation, Misting or Fogging. The Vents on the lens allows the air to circulate and provides clear vision at all times.

 

Quality & Protection:

 

RayZor Sunglasses & Goggles are guaranteed to absorb 100% of harmful UVA & UVB Rays and All our Sunglasses & Goggles meet CE European UV protection lens standards.

 

Each Pair Purchased Will Be Despatched With A Free RayZor Micro Fibre Carry Pouch and Lens Cloth.

 

Green Policy.

Please note we no longer despatch our sunglasses in a presentation box.

As part of our Green Policy, to reduce packaging and waste, we have taken the decision to despatch our products without the presentation box. If you must have a presentation box we can arrange for one to be included. As part of a feasibility study into how this would affect our customers, we had no reported damages in a 3 month trial period. This is most likely a sign of how robust our products are. Should any product arrive damaged please let us know and we will resolve accordingly.

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Ian *******
4 of 5 Stars
For what I paid very good value.I am a ski instructor but very rarely work in the Alpes now, mainly on UK slopes. For a week or twos holiday they are just the job!