SPY Releases Fatigue MX Series

New Camo Colorway


CARLSBAD, Calif. — SPY is blending in and standing out with their latest MX drop, the Fatigue Series. Available on select SPY MX goggles, the new Fatigue Series blends SPY's therapeutic Happy Lens™ technology with a new colorway designed to help riders soldier through the whoops and avoid ruts without incident.

The Fatigue Series is available on SPY's Omen, Klutch and Woot Race goggles. Each goggle comes loaded with SPY's Silver Spectra™ Happy Bronze lens and a clear AFP bonus lens for low light conditions.

– Omen: Developed and tested with Jeremy McGrath, the Omen features flexible outriggers for a superior fit, an incredibly wide field of view, and the RISE® ventilation system for an added cooling and fog-fighting airflow.
– Klutch: The Klutch is a beast in the heat thanks to its Scoop® ventilation system and Geo-Force™ face foam. An iconic frame design from SPY, the Klutch has a firm grip on what's important.
– Woot: A trimmed down goggle for riders who want just the necessities, the Woot comes ready with Scoop® venting, an anti-fog, scratch resistant Lexan® lens and removable nose guard for those rare roostings.

The SPY MX Fatigue Series is available now at spyoptic.com and authorized SPY retailers.

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About SPY:
SPY is an unconventional, fun-loving family of athletes and artists committed to creating exceptional optical products. Established in 1994, we are an independent Southern California-based company. We design products—sunglasses, goggles, and prescription frames—that take style cues from the outdoor sports community we're ingrained in, as well as the lifestyle that surrounds it. Our exclusive Happy Lens™ technology is the only lens on the market which harnesses the beneficial aspects of long-wave blue light, while offering protection from short-wave blue light known to damage the eyes. The Happy Lens name comes from independent studies which have shown that long-wave blue light can positively affect a person's mood and alertness. To learn more about SPY, go to www.spyoptic.com.