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First Look: The SuperFlow Anti-Fogging Airflux Goggle

First Look: The SuperFlow Anti-Fogging Airflux Goggle

With a simple movement, the Superflow anti-fogging system built into the new Airflux goggle allows you to edge the lens away from the frame to maximize airflow and prevent any kind of fogging. We guarantee it. The goggle has the same design as our Aerospace goggle and will protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays  whether you’re backcountry skiing, a free rider or just skiing on a warm Spring day.

The only difference between the Airflux and the Aerospace are the lenses. The Airflux is available with our category 3 (VLT 13%), category 4 (VLT 5%) and polarized (VLT 12%) Spectron lenses while the Aerospace is available with our technical photochromic lenses.

We designed the Airflux with the SuperFlow system to make our anti-fogging technology accessible to everyone. The new Airflux ranges from $130 to $150 depending on your lens choice while the Aerospace ranges from $230 to $250 depending on your photochromic lens choice. For $100 less, you get the Airflux with the same SuperFlow anti-fog system with our Spectron lenses.

Should you choose the Airflux or the Aerospace?

Well, that all depends on what kind of skiing you’ll be doing and your budget. The Aerospace is available with all of our technical photochromic lenses, the Zebra, Zebra light, Camel and Snow Tiger. These lenses transition for you when you travel from light to dark or from dark to light so you no longer need to bring extra lenses and change them when lighting conditions change.

The Airflux goggle utilizes the best of our Spectron lenses (cat. 3, cat. 4 and polarized and non-polarized options) and will protect you from the sun’s UV rays. If you ski in more sunny regions where cloud cover isn’t much of an issue and don't feel the need to have a photochromic lens, the Airflux is the way to go. It comes with the same SuperFlow anti-fogging system but for only $130-$150.

So the short answer is, if you’re on a budget but still want the SuperFlow anti-fogging system, the Airflux is your goggle. But don’t discount the advantages of the photochromic lenses in the Aerospace goggle, they are truly the best option in the mountains.

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