A team favorite, Giro's Blok combines the retro-style looks of a cylindrical lens goggle with advanced Expansion View Technology (EXV) to deliver a wide field of view enhanced with the precision of Lens By ZEISS. The Blok's blend of clean, classic style and under-the-hood EXV tech make it a versatile, go-anywhere goggle that truly works as good as it looks.Read more
Seamless Compatibility with Giro Helmets
For optimal performance of both helmets and goggles Giro products are designed to work together as a single integrated unit. Ensuring a seamless interface between helmet and goggles offers exceptional fit and dependable, worry-free function.
Expansion View (EXV)
Perfected at Giro's test lab in Scotts Valley, California, this groundbreaking new frame design serves up unparalleled peripheral vision. They started with a helmet-compatible goggle, and then shaved down the frame rim and added frameless zones to optimize a massive spherical lens focused on the best possible peripheral vision in a goggle.
Triple Face Foam
Triple Face Foam is a three part system that gives you a plush contact layer against your face, a super soft middle layer that allows maximum contour, and a durable back layer that adheres to the goggle frame.
Every Giro goggle lens features an anti-fog coating to keep your vision and riding experience on point.
VIVID Copper (18% VLT)
This copper lens features a bronze mirror coating and allows an equal distribution of colored light, creating true color perception while improving contrast, definition and reduced eye fatigue.
VIVID Ember (35% VLT)
This versatile lens features a red mirror that improves contrast and definition while reducing infrared rays. Cloudy to sunny days, this Ember lens will help you read snow irregularities and reduce eye fatigue.
VIVID Emerald (22% VLT)
This stylish lens features a green mirror and allows a high portion of long wavelength red light to improve contrast from cloudy to sunny days.
VIVID Infrared (62% VLT)
This lens is unbeatable in the most challenging conditions. The spectral curve is tuned to allow a high portion of long wavelength red light while reducing infrared rays.