Scott Hustle / Tyrant / Split Goggle Lenses
SCOTT Precision Optics – is a quality label which stands for premium materials and innovative manufacturing techniques. This unique
combination enables us to offer distortion free UV protected, high performance lenses of the best quality.
Scott OptiView – lenses are manufactured in Europe and adhere to the strictest testing standards. Scott’s proprietary injection molding
process and hard coat treatment guarantees that every OptiView lens is optically correct
Scott TruView – lenses are lightweight and block 100% of harmful UV rays. TruView lenses pass Scott’s strict testing procedures deliveringhigh-quality performance lenses in select SCOTT goggles.
100% UV Protection – All Scott lenses are optically engineered to screen out 100% of harmful UVA/UVB rays
No Fog™ Anti-Fog Lens Treatment – Scott lenses undergo a permanent No Fog™ treatment process to prevent condensation and fogging
Air Control System (ACS) – ACS ventilation incorporates lens air intake vents on the goggle lens and frame air outtake vents on the bottom of the goggle. The result is a sophisticated ventilation system that helps prevent condensation and fogging.
Asymmetrical Tearoff Pin System – is a set of clear tearoff pins where one is a static pin and the other is an oval swivel that allows the
rider to micro adjust the tearoff tension using a flat head tool. This adjustment helps perfect the fit and pull away tension per the conditions and rider’s preferences. In addition these pins can be easily removed to accommodate our WORKS film canisters.
WORKS single lenses are built with factory installed
WORKS adjustable tearoff pins and can adapt to fit
the WORKS film system. WORKS lenses are made
from polycarbonate material to maintain impact
resistance and provide 100% UV protection
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals
including BPA, which is known to the State of California
to cause cancer or birth defects or reproductive harm.
For information, visit www. P65 Warnings.ca.gov.
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