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The Shift snow goggle is the new Out Of's season product. Derived from the Open, the Shift is based on a dual frame structure and mounts the same lens change system.
Thanks to a double frame with diverse rigidities it is possible to mount the lens using only two connection points, accelerating the process. Thanks to this same characteristic the goggle presents less inner reflections and a more comfortable fitting.
Unlike the Open, the Shift mounts a cylindrical lens, and it has smaller dimensions. Furthermore, the frame protrudes slightly over the lens protecting it from eventual shocks. These characteristics make the Shift the Out Of goggle with the best quality/price ratio according to our testers.
The Shift features an hypoallergenic triple density 15mm foam, double lens with anti-fog, anti-scratch hydrophobic treatments and a great ventilated surface on the sides of the goggle.
The lens change system is very quick and intuitive, and permits to change the lens in just a few seconds right from the first try.
The Blue MCI is a lens with a smoked neutral pigmentation and a multilayer blue coating with interferencies. It is a filter classified as S2, which is a generic filter, but thanks to its neautral pigments it is best suitable for foggy or covered conditions.
It' s best suitable for good or uncertain wheather conditions, but not in foggy or really cloudy conditions, we suggest to use included persimmon lens in this case.
Try the SIMULATOR
Learn how to CHANGE A LENS
Silver coating on neutral base, best when used in good wheather conditions.
To use the simulator click on the icon of the desired lens.
Unfortunately is not possible to simulate in a fully realistic way how the lens behaves, without considering the different perception of the colors from a monitor, often not precise. We therefore suggest to consider this simulator in an indicative way, considering that the color perceived in the reality will depend on the ambient light and by the time that you' ve been wearing it.
Photocromatic and polarized lenses from the "The One" series are not available in the simulator since they change in an automatic way, adapting the color and the light quantity.