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Goggle Sale!

Snowfall across the country has brought great snowboarding, skiing and snowmobiling- and to help you enjoy you these winter sports in style and comfort HaberVision is offering huge discounts on their polarized goggles. For a limited time you can get either the Riva or Prima models directly from HaberVision at a savings of 60% off the retail price.

The Riva features a blend of contemporary styling and new world performance, which brings the benefits of polarization and combines it with proven double lens no fog technology. The frame design achieves a wide peripheral view, excellent venting and comfort, and it achieves great fit with or without a helmet. While the retail price is $110 you can get it at here for only $44. Hurry- this sale only lasts until March 3rd.

Haber's newest goggle, the Prima, represents a fusion of new technology and time tested performance characteristics. With features like a Protex¿ frame, two layer face foam, over-the-glasses capability, and polarized, dual pane, no-fog, Optic orange lenses, this goggle represents the state of the art in fit and visual optimization. Retail price: $130.. Between March 4th and 10th you can order directly from and use the SkiNet member code SKIHABER to get the Prima for only $52.

Steve Haber, founder of Bolle, started HaberVision in 2005 to fill a gap in the polarized eyewear segment. Since then, the company has expanded its line to 24 models, six of which are new.

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