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Count 360degree HD Goggles
Atomic's Men's Count 360degree HD Goggles provide an impressively clear view and high-definition snow contrast in all light conditions. The spherical double-lens uses lamination instead of a foam layer like most other lenses, which prevents fogging and reduces reflections and refractions, while the high-definition contrast lens technology uses crystals in the lens to deliver better visibility and contrast. Atomic's ultra-thin Live Fit frame sits close against your face for a 20% better field of vision, and the lenses are easy to swap out from the frame for different light conditions or easy replacement.
- See clearly on the mountain with this functional goggle
- Lens prevents fogging and reduces reflections and refractions
- High-definition contrast lens for better snow contrast
- Thin frame sits closer to face for better peripheral vision
- Lens is easy to change for different light conditions
- Item #ATO00DO
What do you think about this product?
December 7, 2018
Best Vision, Best fit, Best Goggle?
Atomic developed FDL -fusion double lens for its world cup athletes that compete at the highest level of alpine ski racing. FDL molds 2 lenses together to create single lens clarity with zero dual light raftractions-those distorting light prizms you get with a standard double lens construction. Without the foam lens seal between the inner and outer lens, you get 20% greater field of vision, and no chance of fogging between lenses. Combined with the unique HD lens tint, you get the best clarity in nearly all light conditions without changing the lens. Tri-layer foam that instantly adapts to different face shapes and 8x more anti-fog treatment than industry standards and your left with possibly the best vision, fit and goggle for all day shredding. I've been using mine for 2 seasons and they are amazing. See better, ski better. See the company line here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7be63xi918
March 7, 2020
You ever get snow up those open vents(no foam covering) on the underneath of those goggles? I'm using these more for hiking above the treeline than skiing. The weather can get nasty up there. Thanks