MessyWeekend X Jamie Nicholls Signature XE2 Goggle - Camo
MessyWeekend have partnered up with professional snowboarder and two-time British Winter Olympian Jamie Nicholls to design and develop his first personalised goggles fusing style and performance. With cutting-edge magnetic lens tech, UV protection, and anti-fog capabilities, these sleek goggles deliver clarity on the slopes. Designed with Jamie's flair, they redefine adventure in the snow.
The production is limited to only 300 pieces and included in the package is a signature hardbox and pouch with collaboration artwork alongside an extra yellow overcast lens and stickers, to make sure you are fully set for the slopes.
With its cylindrical shape and frameless style, CLEAR offers the clearest and biggest field vision (210°). The XE2 lens improves your vision in the snow by boosting contrast, defining colors better, reducing glare, improving depth perception, and adapting well to different lighting conditions.
- Magnetic lens attachment technology that makes it easy to switch between lenses
- Dual-layered Grade 1 optical-quality polycarbonate lens
- Anti-fog and anti-scratch coating with 100% UV400 protection
- Over the glasses fit and adaptable strap with silicone lining for a better fit on most helmets
- Lens VLT 15% (green mirror), 16% (silver mirror), 17% (grey), 19% (pink mirror)
- Including extra yellow overcast lens - VLT 73%
- The high-contrast lens defines colors better, reduces glare, improves depth perception, and adapts well to different lighting conditions
- The lens is a dual-layered lens, manufactured from Grade 1 optical-quality polycarbonate
- The frame is made out of lightweight thermoplastic polyurethane and comes with triple layered foam for optimal comfort
- Hard case for secure storage
- Microfiber bag
- Use the microfiber bag to clean the lens. The lens has an anti-fog coating, so for tougher spots, use only lukewarm water, as the harsh chemicals in cleaning solutions can strip the anti-fog coating.
- As a dual-pane lens, it is normal for water to get in between the two panes, but it’s important to allow the goggles to dry completely before storing in the hard case. Not doing so can lead to condensation being trapped in the case, potentially damaging the lens.