How a game-changing goggle was born
INTRODUCING THE WORLD’S FIRST SNOW GOGGLE WITH ACTIVE ANTI-FOG TECHNOLOGY. NO SMEARED LENSES, NO FANS, NO MOVING PARTS. THE A-BOM IS SUPER EASY AND 100% RELIABLE. JUST TURN IT ON, DROP IN AND SAY GOODBYE TO FOG FOREVER.
You’re at the top of the run and ready to rip it up. But there’s a problem we’ve all had that will stop any session cold: fogged goggles.
Fog is made when vapor in the air turns to water faster than it can evaporate. The biggest bummer is when that happens inside your goggles. And once they're fogged, your session is struggling. If you can't see, you can't ski.
How it works
Our patented KLAIR™ technology places an invisible heat-conductive film between a two-part lens. The battery sends a current through the film to heat the lens and keep fog away all day. It's the most powerful, comfortable, effective technology ever put in a goggle.
Active anti-fog vs. fog resistant
Fog resistant goggles fail because they're more work than they're worth, requiring you to constantly adjust vents, turn on fans, or repeatedly wipe the lens.
Active Anti-Fog technology works without you having to do anything because the lens is continuously powered—never allowing fog to form in the first place.
eliminates fog all day
eliminates fog when you need it
Choose a colorway:
The A-Bom: One button. Two modes.
No fog. All day.
World-class Carl Zeiss lens
6 hour rechargeable battery
One hour to full charge
Micro USB cable included
Easy swap lens system for optimum vision in any light conditions
Lightweight elastopolymer frame
Matte interior for reduced glare
Polycarbonate lens with anti-scratch coating
Adjustable memory knit strap
Arctic Wasp Wing ventilation system
Fits most faces
One year limited warranty
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