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Scott Linx Amplifier Goggles

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Linx Amplifier Goggles

The Linx Goggles from Scott feature plenty of technology to help give you clear, distortion-free vision all day on the mountain. The OptiView spherical lens is made of durable polycarbonate that is treated with Scott's NoFog anti-fog lens treatment. It also features the ACS air control system that helps control ventilation, further eliminating fogging of any kind. Molded face foam around the edges keeps things comfortable and snugly in place, while the Fit system allows the lower face flange to be adjusted to the perfect fit.
  • Sleek goggle with large field of vision
  • Scott's Amplifier lens optimizes contrast and clarity
  • Medium-to-large fit for comfort and field of view
  • OptiLens offers distortion-free vision
  • Skeleton construction minimizes bulk and weight
  • Three-layer molded face foam for comfortable fit
  • Item #SCO00Y6

Technical Features
ACS Air Control System, NoFog treatment
3-layer face foam, skeleton construction
Face Size
medium to large
no-slip silicone
Case Included
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding, telemark skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Spot on

I've put it through the wringer

Awesome goggle. Lens is great for low light days, giving contrast when everything looks flat. No fogging issues. Great fit.

>Rating: 5

Scott Linx Amplifier Goggles

I've put it through the wringer

SCOTT's Amplifier Lens Technology increases or decreases the colors the human eye needs in order to see contrast. The lens also filters out colors your eye needs less of which equally amplifies contrast.