MOUNTAIN GAZETTE IS BACK
We teamed up with the folks over at Mountain Gazette to offer you a one of a kind, limited edition goggle. We took our bestselling Photochromic Adapt goggle and modified it with a strap that features sublimated cover photos from past Mountain Gazette editions.
If you're not familiar with Mountain Gazette, it's about time we change that. A bi-annual 11x17 coffee table magazine in celebration of mountain town culture, MG is required reading here at Glade HQ.
The editorial covers the highs and lows of mountain town living as told by the people who actually live there. We couldn't be more stoked to bring this collaboration to you.
AWARD WINNING VERSATILITY
To make this best-in-class ski goggle even better for the 2020-21 season, we added our highly specialized UltraClear™ anti-fog technology and multiple tints to enhance the look, while keeping the same award winning photochromic technology and construction.
- Lens: Our photochromic technology adapts the tint to match the level of UV light hitting the lens. Our lenses also come with multiple anti-fog coatings, an anti-scratch coating, 100% UV protection, and a wide lens for broader visibility.
- Frame: Highly flexible TPU frame that molds to your face and won't break.
- Light Transmission: 30-84% VLT for all colors. There is no difference in light transmission between colors.
NO LIGHT, NO PROBLEM
Inconsistent conditions and unexpected precipitation are a fact of skiing and snowboarding. So rather than the traditional single lens goggle that might keep you protected in one specific kind of weather, many skiers need a goggle that performs in a wide range of conditions. The Adapt™ goggle acclimatizes to the world around you, protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays on bluebird days, and illuminating the darkness as clouds and precipitation roll in.
We started with our award winning polycarbonate lenses and injected them with molecules called naphthopyrans that react to light in a way that causes them to subtly change their molecular structure when ultraviolet light strikes them. It may sound complex, but the results are simple: perfect vision in all conditions.