The MK. II is the second generation of Bosky goggles made from higher performing natural and recycled materials. The frame is built around an oversized spherical lens for the ultimate peripheral range in vision and clarity. Designed with the highest quality materials, the MK. II features a flexible plant-based urethane frame. The tear-resistant hemp ventilation system allows for higher airflow than foam, which reduces lens fogging. Instead of using the standard toxic polyurethane face foam, the MK. II offers a 100% recycled Polartec fleece face cushioning that is both warmer and friendlier on the face. As you carve through the powder, witness their true performance capabilities.
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Meet the designer
Evolutionary Snow Goggles Made With Hemp And Bioplastic
Bosky Optics - Matthew Miner
When Alex Cruft and Matthew Miner co-founded Oregon-based Bosky Optics, they did so with a singular mission: create a high-performance, durable, great-looking goggle made from materials that won't damage the planet. Mission Accomplished. Endorsed by an impressive selection of professional skiers and snowboarders world-wide, these bad boys won't fog or ice even in the most intense powder conditions. The tough, plant-based urethane frame can take a beating, while woven hemp air vents allow for the right amount of airflow and will never tear. As a final touch, recycled fleece face cushioning provides a level of comfort far softer and warmer than traditional, toxic polyurethane. So find some fresh powder and drop on in, one run with a pair of Bosky's and you'll never go back.
Process & Materials
LENS: Spherical Dual Polycarbonate Lens (100% UV Protection)
FRAME: Ergonomic Plant-Matter Bio-Urethane Frame
VENTILATION: Patented Fine-Weave Hemp Vents with Hydrophobic Coating
CUSHIONING: Contoured Triple-Layer Polartec® Eco-Fleece Face Cushioning
STRAP: Silicone-Ribbed Elastic Strap with Dual Adjustment
INCLUDES: Artist-Designed Microfiber Goggle Bag
WARRANTY: One year
CHARITY: 1% of all sales goes towards a variety of grass roots environmental organizations