Abom, Inc. Files 29th Patent Application for No-Fog Goggles


May 14, 2015 (Portland, Ore.) – Abom, Inc. (Abom), which already possesses three U.S. patents for its award-winning, fog-free sports goggles, just filed its 29th patent application entitled: Goggle with Easily Interchangeable Lens that is Adaptable for Heating to Prevent Fogging. The new patent follows in the company’s strategy of aggressively protecting its intellectual property. 

Abom Goggles

“We’ve adopted a picket-fence patent strategy to aggressively protect not only our product inventions, but also every aspect of our intellectual property,” states Jack Cornelius, Abom, Inc. CEO. “We’re building a wall around the market to prevent competitive entrants and support an aggressive licensing program for our KLAIR™ brand.”

Invisible and completely silent, KLAIR works like the rear window in a car. A thin-film transparent heating system is placed in between a two-part lens and is powered by two small, lightweight lithium-ion batteries. The heater works to keep the temperature just above dew point, which keeps fog away. 

About Abom, Inc.

Founded in 2012, (Abom, Inc.) is a group of investors, scientists, and designers on a mission to make the future more fun. They create world-class gear and solve the problems that get in the way of good times. Abom believes that technology can and should serve to enhance our experiences. For more information, visit www.abom.com.