New for 2015, the smooth, mid-size Compass is a fresh
addition to our EXV collection and features a spherical dual
lens by ZEISS optics that offers incredible optical clarity
and a vast, wide-angle field of view for better vision in all
conditions. Cushy triple-layer face foam plus its seamless
helmet compatible design make the Compass a top choice
for skiers and riders looking for a slightly more compact yet
full-featured EXV style.
Seamless Compatibility with All Giro Helmets
Expansion View Technology (EXV), Triple Layer Face Foam with Micro Fleece Facing, Anti-Fog Coating
Medium Size Adult EXV Frame
Spherical Lenses by ZEISS
LEADING THE WAY. New for 2015, the smooth, mid-size Compass is a fresh addition to our EXV collection and features a spherical dual lens by ZEISS optics.
Expansion View (EXV)
Perfected at Giro's test lab in Scotts Valley, California, this groundbreaking new frame design serves up unparalleled peripheral vision. We started with a helmet-compatible goggle, and then shaved down the frame rim and added frameless zones to optimize a massive spherical lens focused on the best possible peripheral vision in a goggle.
Spherical Lense by ZEISS
Spherical in shape, this lens mimics the form of the human eye to provide superior optics while creating increased air volume inside the goggle to help prevent fogging. The manufacturing, testing, and quality control of all Giro spherical lenses is provided by ZEISS, the global leader in optical technology and photography.
TRIPLE LAYER FACE FOAM W/ MICRO FLEECE FACING
Triple Face Foam is a three part system that gives you a plush contact layer against your face, a super soft middle layer that allows maximum contour, and a durable back layer that adheres to the goggle frame.
Every Giro goggle lens features our anti-fog coating to keep your vision and riding experience on point.
SUPER FIT™ ENGINEERING GOGGLES
Super Fit Engineering is the foundation of our product design process. Every new Giro product is designed with reference to our database of anatomic measurements and rider input. We then test the design repeatedly in the lab and in the hands of riders so we can gather feedback and make refinements to create a final product that fits and performs at the highest level.