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Smith Optics Boogie Bungee Cord / Velcro Strap Kit
Smith Optics Boogie Bungee Cord / Velcro Strap Kit
Smith Optics Boogie Bungee Cord / Velcro Strap Kit


 
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List Price: $25.00
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Product Code: SMO.151


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Smith Optics Boogie Bungee Cord / Velcro Strap Kit

The Boogie Regulator goggle is designed to work on a variety of helmet configurations. The Bungee Cord/ Velcro strap option lets you attach the strap to the helmet and replaces the silicone full strap. This Bungee Cord/ Velcro strap option will come with two post mounts (not shown) that clip into helmet rail mount systems. Black kit will come with black posts. Tan 499 kit will come with Tan 499 posts.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Pretty epic. October 15, 2013
Reviewer: Michael O'Brien from deployed (OEF)  
I got these to run my goggles on my FAST helmet. Best choice IMO.

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I belived the hype January 10, 2013
Reviewer: Black from Zagreb, Croatia Croatia  
The Velcro strap isn't like the one from your most popular "operator ops-core" photo.
So if not mounted to helmet velcro the velcro on the bungee cord is useless.

On the other hand if it had a tunnel like on you photo, it could go all the way back and secure the loop that goes around the arc rail mount, when ops-core mounted of course.

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a little different September 25, 2012
Reviewer: Roderick Quiambao from United States  
I guess this is a new design and different how the pic that was released by Smith Optics on the internet on the Ops-Core helmet.  Still works and probably a little R&D was done which makes it easy to put on and remove after looking at the old design


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