Arc'teryx Powderface Case

Priced: $27.97 - $39.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Arc'teryx Powderface Case
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Tucking your goggles into your pack with your pocket knife and headlamp could scratch the lens to oblivion, so slip your goggs into the Arc'teryx Powderface Case where they will be safe. Using the surplus ePTFE, this microfleece-lined case successfully absorbs the melting snow and lets them dry between face-deep downhill laps.

Lining and Layers:

  • Microfleece lining protects lenses from scratches and abrasions

Fit:

  • A foam structure fits the goggle's shape, resists impacts from falls, and can be folded and stowed away among your pack's small free space

Weather and Wind:

  • The drawcord closure keeps snow and pack dust away from you eyewear
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In the past I have had a few goggles broken while in my bag, this will not liekly happen with this case. Its also sleek and easy to slide in and out of bags while putting goggles on and off, which happens a lot with ski touring.
The goggles are protected and safe while I don't need them and ready for me when I do. cool idea worth having

Greg Hill at Backcountry.com on 06/26/2013

I love having this case for my goggles while ski touring. Even when I have my goggles on, it's nice to know that my other lens is not just sitting in my pack being scratched by the avy gear. Worth purchasing and using instead of those cloth goggle bags that really do nothing to protect your goggs.

Steve Weiss at Backcountry.com on 07/08/2013