Pheos Junior MM goggle with a Multimirror lense doesn't just look great, they also has a large number of technical features to meet the high demands of ski sports: the flexible Comfort Frame and the Hinge Band ensure an optimum fit for every shape of face and helmet style.
Small zigzag-shaped, flexible synthethic ties in the forehead and cheek area of the goggle frame plus a more flexible nose construction allow the snow goggles to adapt to the wearer’s individual facial shape particularly well – for superior comfort without pressure points!
Air vents at the sides and bottom of the goggles with special foam covers allows a continous movement of air wihtin the body of the goggles. This disperses moisture, preventing the lens from misting up.
Our snow goggles featuring Hinge Band technology don’t have the goggle strap attached directly to the frame but to movable synthetic hooks on the outside of the frame. This construction provides even better fit of the goggles – especially when they’re worn with a ski helmet.
Alpina snow goggles with 180+ View have a larger field of vision than the 180 degree field required by the CE standard. A special goggle frame and extra-large, curved panoramic lenses make this possible. This ensures a better overview – and earlier recognition of dangers in the peripheral field of vision.
In conventional goggles the structure of the goggles holds the front lens in place, but with the rimless variant it is the rear lens that is secured. This means the frame can be reduced to a minimum allowing bigger lenses and a wider field of vision as the double lens is positioned further forward. Rimless goggles are
Double Lens Thermoblock
An air chamber between the two layers of a double lens creats a thermal block and prevents freezing.