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Spy Targa III Goggle - 2012 BCS
The folks at Spy know that the only way to stay ahead of the game is to innovate. The Spy Targa III Goggle reflects this knowledge while staying true its roots. By-products of this innovation include wider peripheral vision, the patented Scoop ventilation technology, and of course, the good looks we have all come to expect from Spy.
- Scoop ventilation offers optimum moisture control to keep vision fog-free
- Dual lenses with total UV protection and anti-fog and anti-scratch protection make sure you clearly spot your landings
- Ergonomic Isotron face foam with Dri-Force fleece cushions, breathes, and wicks moisture away from the face
- Dual-adjustment strap makes sure you find the right fit
- Spy added silicone ribbing to the strap to ensure a secure fit on helmets
- Helmet compatible design fits most helmet for an integrated fit
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Best bang for your buck
April 11, 2013
Sweet goggle from Spy Optic. The model has a bunch of different frames and lens choices, making it easily customizable to fit anyone's preferences. I own the zebra-type frame and basic silver lens. Looks amazing and provides the ultimate coverage and fit.
Solid Goggle For Price
February 9, 2013
Been riding Spy's higher end goggles for a few years now but forgot mine on a trip and ended up picking up some of these at the warehouse to hold me over until my other goggles were shipped back. Was pretty impressed by the quality for the price.
February 6, 2013
I bought the pink ultra melons and noticed how nice they fit around the bridge of my nose compared to others I've tried. The lenses seem to be great in almost any type of light. Would recommend!
hiked in these today
February 4, 2013
hiked with these on my face at winterpark today for some fresh pow and didn't fog once! (see photo) i wonder if the review from nick was caused from not drying out the goggles from the night before and leaving them in the car or snowboard bag?
best bang for buck
February 3, 2013
had the Targa's from last year and wanted to try out the Targa III. been riding and hiking in these for couple weeks now and have had no problems with ventilation. great goggle for the price.
mind as well wear a blind fold
January 9, 2013
got these gogs cause they were cheep. my mistake. they look sick i cant lie ive gotten compliments for them.... but i cant see. in warm weather they are ok but if its cold like it is here right now these get a layer of ice on them by the time im done riding the lift up. sucks and they fog up as soon as u try to adjust them. do yourself a favor and drop the extra money on some electrics.
High Performance, Low Price
January 1, 2013
This goggle is sick! Less than $55 and performs like a $100 goggle. Very nice!