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Limited Edition Scott Breast Cancer Awareness Goggle

Bryan Bosch

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, Scott Sports has again created a Limited Edition, Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) goggle. Scott only made 1,000 units. WHEN THEY'RE GONE, THEY'RE GONE! Scott Sports has committed $10,000 of the proceeds of this BCA Limited Edition goggle to the "Making Strides for Breast Cancer" division of the American Cancer Society.


Goggle Specifics:
This is a Hustle goggle that features a custom hot pink and white tiger striped woven strap with the Breast Cancer ribbon sewn on. The frame is custom pink and black tiger striped with a purple chrome AFC lens. Comes with a special BCA tiger striped micro-fiber baggie and a specially marked box. Product is made in the USA.


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I wish these companies would give half a though into who they are "donating" to. ACS's CEO makes just short of 1 million a year. The only thing you are donating to is his pocket. Do yourself a favor and do a little research next time. National breast cancer foundation pays less than $200k to their CEO and I'm sure there are others that pay less than that. Donate to the research, not someones personal bank account. 


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