SNIPER L

EXCELLENT NORDIC PERFORMANCE
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- Ski goggle lenses available in SNIPER L -

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Cat. 2 single or double polycarbonate lens for use in mid-range light conditions / whiteout days. - Anti-fog coating. - Available with or without flash finish.

Color : 265 / 281

Sun protection : Cat. 2

VLT (visibility light transmission) : No

Material : POLYCARBONATE

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Cat. 0 polycarbonate double or single lens. - Night use or very low light conditions in winter. - Use for summer sports such as mountain biking. - Anti-fog coating. - With or without flash finish.

Color : 260 / No

Sun protection : Cat. 0

VLT (visibility light transmission) : 90%

Material : POLYCARBONATE

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FROM SHADE TO LIGHT

Cat. 2 to 4 wide-range, multipurpose photochromic lens for super-fast adaptation to changing light conditions.

Color : 263 / 284

Sun protection : Photochromic

VLT (visibility light transmission) : 7% <> 35%

Material : NXT

- Product description -

Sniper L for cross-country skiing hits the target every time with maximum performance guaranteed. Large faces will love its wide field vision. As well as the fantastic photochromic Zebra shield (Cat 2 to 4) it's also available with the excellent Zebra Light Red shield (Cat 1 to 3) which is designed for comfort in both difficult and excellent light conditions. Optimum ventilation and ergonomic design to reduce air currents protect the wearer from condensation when going up hills and cold when coming down. Comfort is excellent with outstanding hold and no pressure on the nose. A true perfectionist, the Sniper L shield can be fully and easily raised for shooting in biathlons!

Technical features

  • Cosy Soft Foam : Single density foam for comfort and a soft-touch layer for softer contact with skin.
  • Ecran Reactiv photochromique ou polycarbonate : 43002
  • Ecran sphérique : 43001
  • Removable lens : 42223
  • Symmetrical adjustment : Two loops either side of the strap for symmetrical adjustment in the blink of an eye.
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