Klim Edge Replacement Lense
An anti-scratch quick-release impact rated cylindrical lens giving you an optically correct, massive field of vision with the durability to last!
The Edge Goggle replacement lens is an anti-scratch quick-release impact rated cylindrical lens. With the magnetic, locking quick release mechanism, this lens is extremely quick and intuitive to swap in the field, letting you choose from various tint colors, photochromic and polarized options to suit your riding conditions.
The lens is a dual-pane lens (Polycarbonate outer and cellulose inner) with a 3M gasket for fog prevention. The injection moulded polycarbonate outer creates an optically correct, massive field of vision with the durability to last.
The lens has a Super Anti-fog lens coating. It also has a thru-lens foam-filtered vent to manage temp/elevation changes and prevent fogging. It uses optically correct injection moulded HD Lens Technology. The lens comes with a thermo-formed protective case with a felt interior.
The lens has a UV 400 rating and passes the ANSI Z87.1 Impact Protection Safety Standard.
Anti-scratch quick-release impact rated cylindrical lens
Quick release magnetic + slide lock lens retention system
Optically correct, massive field of vision with the durability to last
Super anti-fog lens coating
New Edge Goggle | Product Walkthrough
Material: Dual-pane lens (Polycarbonate outer and cellulose inner)
What’s in the box?
Klim Edge Replacement Lens x 1
REPLACING THE EDGE GOGGLE LENS
Removing the lens:
On the right-hand side with the goggle facing toward you, move the locking slider upward until it clicks into the open position. Pull the lens away from the frame, continue pivoting the lens toward the left hand side away from the goggle. The pivot on the left hand side will release the lens.
Installing the lens:
On the left-hand side with the goggle facing toward you, align the lens hinge into the pivot in the goggle frame. Be sure the locking slider is in the up (open) position. Pivot the lens down toward the frame, magnets will guide it into place. Move the locking slider down to secure the lens, making sure the slider clicks into place.