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See the light (but not too much light) with the Signal.

Slip the Giro Signal Goggle over your helmet and stop squinting as you make your way down the mountain. With a 100 percent UV-protective, injection-molded cylindrical lens, you can see definition in the alpine without straining your eyes, and with the scratch-resistant lens coating, you can dip into the woods below the tree-line and not look like you just came from a cat fight afterward.

  • A vented lens prevents fogging in the changing weather and as you take breaks in the lodge
  • Super Fit medium-sized adult frame design comes from direct feedback from rider testing
  • Soft face foam and a micro fleece lining comfortably press against your face
  • Persimmon Boost 60 (50%-60% light transmission) lens adds more definition and depth perception to low-light storm days
  • Rose Silver 30 (30% light transmission) lens blocks more light and enhances depth perception for medium light or partly cloudy conditions

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Nice goggle

    bought these for my brother-in-law. He thought he could rent goggles at the resort, but learned quickly that wasn't the case, and paying nearly double at the resort wasn't an option. This is a solid goggle. Comfortable, and versatile enough for most lighting situations.

    since I might use it for biking from high...

    since I might use it for biking from high light conditions, to low/gloomy/rainy conditions, it is very important to be able to switch the lenses.

    I would like to know if the lenses on this goggle are replaceable, and if so, where to find the replacement lenses.

    They must be. They come out very easily and replacements are available on the website. I keep meaning to call GIRO itself and see if other tints are available directly other than the ones on the website. I wish us both luck. - Dave