GoggleSOC Hawaiian Soc
GOGGLESOC HAWAIIAN SOC
Accessories: Lens protective cover
Material: rPET Microfiber
Size: One size fits all
Protect your ski goggles lenses and the environment at the same time! GoggleSOC is made of recycled plastic bottles (3 bottles for 1 soc), use it to protect and clean your lenses.
- Model : Unisex
- Payment in 2x free of charge from 199€
Lens not lasting? Gogglesocs are designed to protect your pricey goggle lenses when they're not being used, and clean them when they are.
What if you just leave your goggles on your helmet all the time? No worries - a gogglesoc can be worn even when your goggles are being stored on your helmet.
Easy on and easy off, even with gloves on, the GoggleSOC will quickly become indispensable in your panoply of perfect skier.
Made from recycled plastic bottles, the GoggleSOC is eco-friendly, and that's a big plus!!
- Gender : Unisex
- Made : rPET microfiber (recycled plastic)
- Size : Standard
- Color : Green
- Marketing : New
- Accessories : Lenses protective cover
- Model : Google Soc
- Product Type : Lens protection
- Country/Region of Manufacture : China
Brand : GoggleSOC
GoggleSOC was founded in Whistler, BC in 2016. Fed up with scratching and scuffing their expensive goggle lenses, GoggleSOC co-founders Rich, Josh and Andy decided to develop a solution. They decided that by combining function with fashion in a sustainable way, they would be able to bring something truly useful and truly desirable to skiers and snowboarders everywhere..Their innovation was quickly embraced by the founders’ home Whistler ski resort and is now available in over 65 ski resorts and eight countries.
The gogglesoc brings a convenient, stylish, customizable and sustainable design at a reasonable price point while protecting expensive goggle lenses from the thrills and spills that come during the after-ski time, the commute, the chairlift ride, and off-season storage.
Made from recycled plastic bottles, the GoggleSOC is eco-friendly, and that's a big plus!! GoggleSOC gives back to winter sport communities with product donations to local nonprofits and partnerships with organizations such as Protect Our Winters.