The Giro Compass Goggles for Ski and Snowboarding are very similar to the Giro Onset Ski and Snowboard goggles: Edgy and innovative. Giro took the Onset goggles, and scaled them down to create the Compass goggles. The Compass goggles are lower profile, not taking up your entire face, while still offering an excellent field of vision. The nose bridge was scaled down for a lighter feel, and is more appropriate for smaller faces. Like the Onset goggles, the Compass goggles are part of Giro's new EXV (Expansion View Technology) collection of ski and snowboard goggles. We think you'll like them.
(See below to shop the women's version, Giro Field Women's Goggle for Ski/Snowboard.)
Giro's EXV (Expansion View Technology) incorporates high-quality Carl Zeiss lenses into each goggle. (Carl Zeiss is a legend in the optics industry.) Other ski and snowboard goggles in this collection include the Giro Field women's ski goggles for ski/snowboard, the Giro Onset goggles for ski/snowboard.
Check out the Giro Field Women's Goggles for Ski/Snowboard.
Based in Scotts Valley, CA, Giro is a worldwide leader in the design, development and marketing of premium, high-performance protective gear and accessories for action sports and active lifestyles. Since 1985, Giro has been at the vanguard of helmet, glove and goggle design and innovation. Giro products have become synonymous with protection, style, and performance.
SportsProtective.com, formerly known as XSportsProtective.com, is the original protective gear store founded in 2004. We are now part of B2C Ventures, Inc., an ORR Corporation company. Since 1948, ORR's mission has been to protect people, property and the environment. B2C Ventures is dedicated to making your after-work pursuits safe and enjoyable.
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We offer many different models of Giro Bicycle Helmets and Giro Ski Helmets, with each having a different size range depending upon fit system, shell shape, etc. To chose the right size Giro helmet for you or your kid, follow the steps below.
1. Carefully measure the head circumference, as shown here:
2. Use this measurement to chose the correct size helmet, using the cm as displayed in the "Please Select a Color/Size" drop down list (see image below).
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