The new SCOTT Prospect Snowcross Goggle starts a new chapter in a much decorated goggle history at SCOTT. Capitalizing on 45 years of experience, the SCOTT Prospect Snowcross pushes the limits of field of vision, comfort and lens retention. Killer looks and clever features for snowmobiling in any weather conditions – grab these goggles and get ready to ride.
Lens lock system
Massive field of vision
Large silicone lined strap
Removable Nose Guard
Big 3 Layer Face Foam
"The Prospect Snowcross has all what you need – look and functionality. I am really stoked on the huge field of vision."
We at SCOTT are proud to offer the largest field of vison on the market with the Prospect Snowcross goggle. Field of vision is the result of 3 key elements:
Lens perimeter: We increased the lens height while lowering the nose design to create the largest possible lens and reduce visual obstruction.
Frame thickness: The closer the lens is to the eye, the larger the field of vision is. If a frame is too thick, you get a “tunnel effect”. The Prospect was designed slim to avoid this.
Lens curvature: We curved the lens to the maximum in order to achieve maximum peripheral vision.
The Lens Lock System by SCOTT has been designed to guarantee the safest lens retention on the market. To avoid the lens coming out, SCOTT has designed this innovative lens lock system which features 4 locking pins that go through the lens instead of grabbing it from the top.
The Prospect has two pivoting outriggers that adapt to any helmet shape and size. The resulting pressure created by the goggle on the rider’s face provides a complete and consistent seal.
SCOTT’s 3-Layer Face Foam incorporates two layers of foam and one layer of fleece. The first layer maximizes sweat retention and provides cushioning from the frame, the second layer ensures a precise comfortable face fit and the third layer acts as barrier between the goggle and rider’s face.
The Prospect comes with a 50mm strap backed with two lines of silicone in order to provide the best goggle stability on the helmet, regardless of how rowdy your ride gets.