The Boreal OTG goggles from Giro are an exceptional pricepoint set of eyewear. The Boreal's value is unbeatable too, for only $25 you'll get a comfortable, fog-free experience that will also be able to accommodate your eyeglasses if you choose to wear them. Available in a black or white with two different lens choices, Giro has made it easy for you to choose your next pair of goggles!
•Expansion View:Perfected at Giro's test lab in Scotts Valley, California, this ground breaking new frame design serves up unparalleled peripheral vision.
•Goggle bag:A soft cloth bag is included with these goggles to protect them from damage while traveling. The bags double as lens cleaners, but use very little pressure and its always a good idea to test in the corner of the lens before you figure out that the cloth is dirty and it just scratched up your nice goggles.
•Anti-Fog Coating:This lens have an Anti-Fog coating on them to help prevent the goggles from fogging as to not ruin your day of skiing.
•Grip strap:The strap on these goggles has a silicone band on the inside that grips helmets, hats, or hair so they don't slide around and fall off. It is so effective that it makes goggle clips on helmets obsolete.
•Giro Lifetime Warranty:Yes, you read correctly. Giro stands by their product and will warranty any manufacturer's defects for the lifespan of the product. Pretty sweet deal, especially for goggles and helmets.
•Triple Face Foam:Triple face foam is a three part system that gives the rider a plush contact layer against the face, a super soft middle later that allows maximum contour, and a durable back layer that adheres to the goggle frame.
•Injection Molded Cylindrical Lens:Injection molding a cylindrical lens helps refine optics and minimize distortion that can occur in thermo formed cylindrical lenses. We offer a full range of performance-engineered lens tints and mirror coatings that help to enhance your vision and every lens is protected by a durable hard coating that resists scratches.
•Helmet compatible:The strap is longer to fit around helmets, as well as hats, without stretching it to the max. Helmet compatible goggles also try to place the adjustment clips off center to not interfere with goggle clips that are on the back of most helmets. The shape of the frame also sits well with most brands of helmets.