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SCOTT Prospect Goggle

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Since 1958 SCOTT SPORTS has pushed the limits of innovation, Technologi and Design.

SCOTT SPORTS all new PROSPECT goggle starts a new chapter in a very decorated goggle history.

Capitalizing on 45 years of experience, the SCOTT PROSPECT pushes the liits of field of vision, comfort and lens retentions.

SCOTT's new, innovative lens lock system not only increases impact resistance, but will keep the lins in the frame regardless of how rowdy your ride gets.

Killer loogk, A massive field of vision, and clever features for riding in any weather conditions - grab these goggles and get ready to roost.

The SCOTT Prospect is the only MX goggle compatible withs SCOTT's revolutionary roll off system, the WFS50.

The low nose design of these goggles makes the installation of the 50mm film possible and the pivoting outriggers enable a slick integration of the canisters for an unmatched look even with the roll off s mounted. The new WFS50 also features a quick and tool-less canister installation with the SCOTT Click-On technology.

SCOTT PROSPECT SPECIAL FEATURES:



PIVOTING OUTRIGGERS
- The two pivoting outriggers adapt to any helmet shape. Pressure created by the goggle on the rider‰ЫЄs face provides a good seal.

3.2 THERMOFORMED FACE FOAM
- This technology channels sweat away from the face while relieving pressure from the nose. The fi rst layer draws sweat away from the face, the middle layer absorbs sweat and the third fl eece layer creates a comfortable fit and seal.

MASSIVE FIELD OF VISION
- The larger lens combined with a thin frame construction brings the lens closer to your eyes maximizing the overall fi eld of vision. The SCOTT Prospect is the only MX goggle

SCOTT WORKS FILM SYSTEM 50

Ten years ago, SCOTT raised the bar and roll off technologies with the introduction ifs own system and since provided a reliable product for the most demanding of weather conditions.

For the 2017 collection, SCOTT launches its brand new WFS50, a larger and more fine-tuned roll off system to once again define the standard for this market.

NO-SLIP SILICONE STRAP - An adhered silicone strip on the inside of the 50mm wide goggle strap ensures the goggle stay right where they should on the helmet



WFS 50 Features:

INTEGRATED CANISTER DESIGN ANTISTICK GRID AND TRANSP. MUDFLAP
- A larger fi lm requires a redesigned and optimized antistick grid with mudfl ap. A thin vertical line has been added in the middle of the grid to make sur the fi lm never sticks to the lens. Moreover, the mudfl ap is made out of a transparent material to off er a larger fi eld of vision in dusty or less extreme conditions.

LARGE 50MM FILM - (UP TO 50 CLEAR VIEWS)
- When mud comes into play, the extra inch of fi eld of vision can be the diff erence between fi nishing fi rst or second. With SCOTT‰ЫЄs new WFS 50, the height of the fi lm has been increased by 56 % to become the largest on the market with no less than 50 millimeters. Combined with a thin frame construction, the WFS 50 off ers up to 50 clear views of massive field of vision, even in the most challenging of racing conditions.
SCOTT Prospect Goggle with the all new 50 WFS
INTEGRATEDCANISTER DESIGN
- The canisters being positioned behind the pivoting outriggers results in an increase in fi eld of vision. The canister integration results in a more fl uid look, achieving necessary style points.

CLICK-ON CANISTERS
- A new feature of the WFS 50 is SCOTT‰ЫЄs Click-On attachment system. No need for tools, no need to waste time; simply click the canisters onto the WORKS pins and ride. The red lever makes sure the canister is safely attached to the pins. This system is the ultimate in WORKS technology: switching from roll offs to tear offs has never been this easy.

The SCOTT Prospect goggle will be available in Australia in September with a RRP of $129.95 inc GST and $149.95. for the goggle and the 50mm film kit.

Scott goggles are distributed in Australia by Ficeda, CLICK HERE for more information on the all new SCOTT Prospect goggle.





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