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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Goggles for the Northwest Passage - Checkout the 2014 anon. M2 Goggle
Magna-Tech has established anon. as the industry leader in goggle technology. In 2014, Magna-Tech evolves its offering to include the M1's pull, switch, snap as well as the new M2's stealth frameless design with an effortless self-aligning lens for the pinnacle in high-speed change outs.
In 2014, Magna-Tech evolves its offering to include the M1′s pull, switch, snap as well as the new M2′s stealth frameless design with an effortless self-aligning lens for the pinnacle in high-speed change outs.
M2 Magna-Tech integrates 16 rare earth magnets into the carrier liner for 8 total points of connection, each with a pull force of 2.75 lbs. (Total Retention =22 lbs.) – the pinnacle in retention with self-aligning engagement.
Smith I/O Recon | Turn Yourself Into a Cyborg for $650 | Smith’s Version of GPS Enabled Goggles
That’s right, here is Smith’s counter to Oakley’s Airwave GPS enabled goggle. For the price of 6 pairs of traditional I/O goggles you can wear the future on your face. The live feed can show you speed, air time, track your friends who also have the goggle like a video game, and even integrate with your iPhone. Ladies and gentlemen, the future is here.
The feature list of these bad boys is impressive to say the least, just take a gander at all the live updates at your fingertips:
Averages and Maximums
Resort Points of Interest
Music Playlist Management
What do you think? Are GPS enabled goggles sweet or lame? I know I won’t be rocking them…that is until they stream my POV feed directly to the live display.... next season?