The multi-layered silver-black Stereo mirror over a dark smoke base eases the harsh glare of high elevation sun while helping your eyes see more information in the terrain ahead.
The multi-layered red Stereo mirror over a dark brown base eases the harsh glare of high elevation sun while helping your eyes see more information in the terrain ahead.
The multi-layered blue Stereo mirror over a brown base lens maximizes color definition, protects you from glare and eye fatigue and works best under scattered clouds.
Cloud / Sun
This Stereo lens is best used on dark and cloudy winter days as it has a pink base tint and is coated with a multi-layered yellow mirror, that maximizes color definition and protects you from glare and eye fatigue in flat light conditions.
The spherical lens curves horizontally and vertically around your face and provides 100% clarity at night skiing and races.
Flexible Y-Cuts and adaptive Tri-layer face foam mold to the contours of your face for an instant individual fit.
This new system clicks lenses in and out in seconds, with category 1 and 3 lenses included.
This next-generation spherical double-lens uses lamination instead of an additional foam layer which means a 20% larger field of vision, no refractions, reflections or fogging. All our spherical Fusion Double Lenses are of optical class 1.
Nine layers of high-end mirror coating increase protection from glare and reduce eye fatigue – with the colors and coatings perfectly balanced for 100% clarity.
Revent Q Stereo goggles are built around incredible optics that give you perfect clarity in any light conditions – ideal for all-mountain skiing. In particular they feature Atomic Fusion Double Lens (FDL), a revolutionary double lens with both lenses laminated together meaning no reflections and no fogging. Then Stereo multilayer treatment adds contrast and protects from glare and eye fatigue, and Live Fit molds to your face for a snug fit all day. This model comes with spherical lenses and includes our Quick Click Lens system so you can swap lenses in seconds when conditions change. And like all our goggles they’re designed and developed in-house at Atomic.