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moonrise soc

Scott says: "I shot this image of the moon rising over the Tordrillo Mountains during the making of The Art of Flight movie. As we lifted off in the helicopter and climbed to about 300 feet, I asked the pilot to slow down for a minute so that I could open the door and take this photo."

The moonrise gogglesoc.

Part of the Scott Serfas Collection. Limited edition and available exclusively online.

Check out more of Scott's work here

photo Description

Scott says: "I shot this image of the moon rising over the Tordrillo Mountains during the making of The Art of Flight movie. As we lifted off in the helicopter and climbed to about 300 feet, I asked the pilot to slow down for a minute so that I could open the door and take this photo."

Collection Description

In the world of action sports, Whistler-based photographer Scott Serfas is one of the most prolific on the scene. With over 100 magazine covers to his credit and countless pro athlete careers launched through his lens, to say Serfas is influential is an understatement. We have proudly partnered with Scott to create a collection of limited edition gogglesocs.


  • PRODUCT DETAILS

    Lens not lasting? A gogglesoc is a protective microfiber cover for your ski or snowboard goggles.

    Use it to clean and protect. One size fits all (mostly). Easy on, easy off.

  • Fabric

    Your gogglesoc is made from rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) recycled plastic bottles

    We recognize we can't change the world alone, but by making gogglesocs from recycled plastic bottles we are doing our part to conserve our resources, and keep waste out of our landfills.

    Do your part to. Make your lens last.

    Total Bottles Repurposed

    165,389

    made from recycled plastic bottles

  • Care Instructions

    Machine washable. Wash with similar colors on normal wash cycle. Do not bleach.

    Air or tumble dry. Do not iron.

    Dry clean if you like... although this may be overkill for a gogglesoc. ;)