Goggles with a huge lens to optimize the field of view. The inspiration comes from Swedish architect Sigurd Lewerentz, who put his windows outside the facades and from astronaut Neil Armstrong. To minimize optical distortion the Lobes lens is a perfectly shaped spherical surface. The lens is made of polycarbonate, perfectly tapered in thickness and cut to shape using computerized numerical control. Another thinner sheet of cellulose propionate is applied to the inside. Lenses are anti-fog and anti-scratch treated.