Giro Rev Kids Goggles

$19.96
$34.95 (43% off)
Giro Rev Kids Goggles, White Geo-Amber Rose, 600
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Frame Size: Medium - typically fit kids between 8 and 13 years old

Medium - typically fit kids between 8 and 13 years old

Lens Change: Permanent - fixed lens, unable to change out

Permanent - fixed lens, unable to change out

Ventilation: Medium - prevents fogging during low-to-moderate activity

Medium - prevents fogging during low-to-moderate activity

Lens Shape: Flat - cylindrical lenses with limited field of vision

Flat - cylindrical lenses with limited field of vision

 

The Giro Rev is a great goggle for your little rider. Dual Layer Face Foam keeps a tight seal across your little riders face to keep the elements out and warmth in. Microfleece Facing is very comfortable up against sensitive skin for little ones who may not be used to wearing something on their face. An Anti-Fog Coating keeps the lenses clear so your little one will always be able to see where they are going.


  • Double Layer Face Foam
  • Microfleece Facing
  • Anti-Fog Coating
  • Cylindrical Thermoformed Lens
  • Seamless Compatibility with all Giro Youth Helmets

 

Specifications
Category  Kids Frame Size  Medium Lens Shape  Flat
Goggle Lens Change  Permanent Goggle Ventilation  Medium Helmet Compatible  Yes
Model Year  2017 Model Number  7071763 Product ID  451804
Product ID  451804     
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These fit my 10 year old daughter very nicely, who is average size for a 10 year old girl. When she skis pretty fast she did notice that the air runs through the vents to prevent fogging, but her face gets cold on very cold days.
 
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