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Smith Squad Mag Replacement Lenses

$105.00
chromapop storm yellow flash lens
Color: chromapop storm yellow flash lens
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Frame Size
Large
Designed for larger faces or riders who prefer oversized style
Lens Shape
Spherical
Expanded field of vision with less lens distortion
Lens Swap
Quick Change
Swap your lenses on-the-go with minimum effort
Lighting Conditions
Low/Night
Ideal for riding at night and in low light, stormy conditions (VLT: 55-100%)
Overview

Embrace the bluebird days, and the stormy days too, with these high-visibility, tech-infused, Smith Goggle replacement lenses. With ChromaPop™ technology, and Tapered Lens Technology (TLT), these comfortable goggles will conserve your eyes and your wallet.

Features
Lens Features
  • ChromaPop
  • Tapered Lens Technology (TLT)
Quick Release Lens
  • I/O MAG
Details
  • Not Compatible With Standard Squad Goggle or Squad MTB.
Lens Features

ChromaPop - ChromaPop lenses are the most advanced polarized lenses in the world and allow you to see true colors more quickly to maximize your visual experience. By blocking color wave intersections as they pass through the lens, ChromaPop is able to eliminate color confusion, enabling you to see the outside world with an unparalleled level of vibrancy beyond normal capabilities.

*Available only on select colors.

Tapered Lens Technology (TLT) - When light passes through a medium, it refracts, or changes course. If left uncorrected, this refraction can cause visual distortion and eye fatigue. Smith's Tapered Lens Technology straightens out the incoming light rays by progressively tapering the lens from the optical center toward the peripheral view. What this means for you is that you see with 100% accuracy and maximum comfort.

Quick Release Lens

I/O MAG - Flip up the quick release levers, pop out the lens and remove from the magnetic contact points, then place new lens on magnetic contact points and secure with side levers.

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