CP Visor DL Vario MC Mirror 1.6 Form #7
This has what we think are two of the most important features the Double Lens and the Vario affect but you save a little money as it does not have the Polarization. The is an extremely popular look in the history of ski goggles for those who want that classic appearance. The extreme yellow of this lens while enhancing flat light conditions does not reflect the actual natural colors of the environment.
The variable CP Visor DL Vario MC Mirror 1.6 Form #7 with Anti-fog is an all-weather lens that adapts to changing light conditions so you can ski non stop. The Vario or Photo-cromatic lens has an anti-fog coating and prevents the formation of condensation as you heat up or on high moisture days. CP‘s self adjusting visor effectively supports and relieves your eyes in changing light conditions and gives the skier 100% UV protection which is critical to your eye quality especially on the white reflective ski slopes.
This visor fits Camurai, Cuma, Curako all in one ski helmets.
Absorbtion: 20–91%, Light transmission: 9–80%, Protection level: S2–S3
Whats the difference between single and double lens visors
For flat light and snowy weather conditions I recommend to use a single lens visor because the visibility through one lens is better than through 2 lenses.
The disadvantage is the fact that the anti fog coating is exposed in the inside of the lens. This coating is slightly sticky and if rubbed will come Off. The cleaning if wet has to be done very carefully and can only be dubbed no rubbing.
This problem is solved with the double lens visor because the coating is in between the 2 lenses and therefore cannot be damaged. The tradeoff is that the visibility through 2 lenses is slightly filtered or reduced.